How colonial policies eclipsed millet, sorghum

How colonial policies eclipsed millet, sorghum

Read full article by Peter Ndege@Daily Nation Photo Credit: Nation Media Group Farmers admire healthy sorghum crop at the Ngong Agricultural Harambee Showground in the 1980s. Millet and sorghum became popular and widely grown in Kenya because of their distinct...
Quarantine cooking Plan your meals through the lockdown

Quarantine cooking Plan your meals through the lockdown

Read Full article by Natasha Celmi@The Telegraph Photo credit: Sourced by The Telegraph Quarantine food” is the new entrant in the culinary vocabulary. It is the trending “cuisine” which we all are scrambling to get an understanding of in one way or another. What to...
MEPMA transforming women to ‘womentrepreneurs’

MEPMA transforming women to ‘womentrepreneurs’

Read full article by Elets News Network @E Gov Photo Credit EGov The Mission for Elimination of Poverty in Municipal Areas (MEPMA), an initiative by the Government of Andhra Pradesh which has been working through Self-Help Groups (SHGs) and providing various...
Six Steps Towards A Sustainable, ‘Suposhan Bharat’

Six Steps Towards A Sustainable, ‘Suposhan Bharat’

Read Full article by Dr Chandrakanth S. Pandav @Outlook Photo Credit: Global Health Strategies Severe malnutrition is a silent emergency which needs to be tackled in mission-mode. POSHAN Abhiyaan of the government presents us with a unique opportunity to combine...
First Lady of Niger Leads Millet Movement

First Lady of Niger Leads Millet Movement

Read the full article @ICRISAT Happenings Niger recently celebrated the second annual International Millet Festival (FESTIMIL), aimed at enhancing the production, processing and consumption of millets, so as to create wellbeing and better dietary diversity. The...
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