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Nairobi :: Kenya | 6 months ago

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In Summary They have defied the curse of joblessness and turned to farming to earn a decent living. The digital arena has put their marketing options a bar higher. As they rake in their thousands, they tell fellow jobless youth, Come on, smell the

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Wichita :: KS :: USA | 6 months ago

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Four rural Kansas communities have received grants to help them analyze their area health care system, consider other successful models and implement changes to ensure that their residents will have access to quality essential health care over the

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Auckland :: New Zealand | 6 months ago

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New Zealand Post is poised to drop mail delivery to as little as three days a week in urban areas, with rural areas maintained at five days a week. Today the state owned enterprise released its deed of understanding, which will apply from mid-2015.

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Labasa :: Fiji Islands | 6 months ago

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Labasa is attending a four-day farm management training to help them turn farming into an income-generating activity and help eradicate poverty. Also the youths of Bainisucu area decided to take up the training to boost their farming skills. Youth

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Beverley :: United Kingdom | 6 months ago

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15 October 2013 11 View comments People living in rural areas of Britain are more optimistic about the future and happier about their quality of life than people in cities and towns, a new survey has found. The Countryside Living Index carried out to

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Melbourne :: Australia | 6 months ago

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The country life is far from idyllic for many Australians, a new report showing that people in rural areas are more likely to live in poverty than their urban counterparts. Research released by the National Rural Health Alliance and the Australian

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Fayetteville :: NC :: USA | 7 months ago

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Community Photo by Terrah Baker Don Bennett, founder and owner of Tri Cycle Farms, stands in front of the 1/4 acre garden located off Sycamore across Garland Avenue in Fayetteville. It was about a year ago that Tri Cycle Farms held its First Annual

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Moscow :: Russia | 7 months ago

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October 2, 2013 (Issue # 1780) Zakharovo, Moscow region In part, it was thanks to Stefan Durr that Russia trod so cautiously for so long on the issue of private ownership of its farmland. Durr played as a consultant to the State Dumas agrarian

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Auckland :: New Zealand | 7 months ago

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Macdonald's Farm near Galatea in the Eastern Bay of Plenty is a sprawling 907 hectare sheep and beef breeding/finishing property. The Whirinaki River, which runs rich with rainbow and brown trout, is on the western boundary for the farm. Prince

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Milwaukee :: WI :: USA | 7 months ago

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Eric Liu is the founder of Citizen University and author of several books, including "The Gardens of Democracy" and "The Accidental Asian." He served as a White House speechwriter and policy adviser for President Clinton. Follow him on Twitter: @

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