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Financing sustainable forestry sector in Bolivia: opportunities for investment

Posted 23 Jul 2012

The Finance Alliance for Sustainable Trade (FAST) and The Amazon Alternative (TAA), organized the FAST Forestry Financial Fair and the "Training Workshop for Financial Institutions on Financing the Sustainable Forestry Sector: Opportunities for Investment", on June 27-29, 2012 in Santa Cruz, Bolivia,…


Posted on August 6, 2012 at 3:18pm

A new comprehensive e-learning course on " Knowledge Sharing for Development"

Source: e-agriculture, 8 June 2011


A comprehensive (and free of charge) new e-learning course on "Knowledge Sharing for Development"  has just been published by FAO.


The curriculum was designed specifically for people working in the agriculture and rural development fields. It consists…


Posted on June 15, 2011 at 1:27pm

Web 2.0 Learning Opportunities in Uganda

Original Source: Farm Radio Weekly, May 30th, 2011

Residents of Uganda can apply to participate in one of three CTA-hosted Web 2.0 Learning Opportunities in Uganda. Participants will be…


Posted on June 9, 2011 at 9:50am

What would it take for Tanzanian farmers’ kids to stay on the land? Some views from women farmers

Original blog entry from From Poverty to Power, how active citizens and effective states can change the world by Duncan Green of Oxfam


Bumba village in Tanzania’s deprived Shinyanga region is green, but not green enough, considering we are just at the end of what was supposed to be the rainy season. The maize is already withering…


Posted on May 30, 2011 at 3:39pm

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At 7:44am on August 7, 2012, Judith Josephat Merinyo said…

Thank you!

At 12:15pm on March 22, 2011, MBARIRE CHARLES said…
Welcome Ignacio. In kenya we say Karibu meaning welcome. Instant coffee here in Africa has also been taken to be "classic". But the emergence of coffee shops in Nairobi city which is very common with young people for romantic dates and business people for coffee dates is slowly reducing the popularity of the instant coffees.
At 1:25pm on December 8, 2010, Nicholas Robinson Kamande said…
Thank-you Luis.It will be a pleasure.
At 7:15pm on November 17, 2010, Mathias Nabutele said…
hi iginacio, its a great pleasure to hear from you , remember we last met in california USA , i wish you the best of all and look forward to seeing any time ,Best Regards

At 8:33pm on June 5, 2009, FairMail Cards said…
Hi Luis,

Thanks for your comment. I will upload a spanish slideshow about FairMail.

Good luck, peter

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