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    Gentilini UgoJul 01, 2014
    This paper reviews key issues in the 'cash versus food' debate, including as they relate to political economy, theory, evidence, and practice. In doing so, it benefited from a new generation of 12 impact ...
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    Singh Varun, Sen Soham, Chatterjee MeeraJun 10, 2014
    This study seeks to examine how National Rural Livelihoods Mission or NRLM may be leveraged to improve food and nutrition security (FNS) in tribal areas, preferably in a manner that would enhance the ...
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    Kathuria Ashi Kohli, Khanna RajniJun 09, 2014
    India, currently, has one of the highest malnutrition rates in the world. One-third of its children are born with low birth-weight, 43 percent of children under five are underweight, 48 percent are stunted and 20...
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    Jun 07, 2014
    Rwanda is experiencing its best growth performance since independence. With average annual GDP growth rate of 8 percent and 5.2 percent for agricultural GDP from 1999-2012, Rwanda’s recent growth is a historical...
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    Brummett Randall E., Alvial Adolfo, Kibenge Frederick, Forster John, Burgos Jose M., Ibarra Rolando, St-Hilaire Sophie, Chamberlain George C., Lightner Donald V., Khoa Le Van, Hao Nguyen Van, Tung Hoang, Loc Tran Huu, Reantso Melba, Wyk Peter M. Van, Chamberlain George W., Towner Richard, Villarreal Marcos, Akazawa Noriaki, Omar Isabel, Josue Luc, Ralaimarindaza, Baloi Ana Paula, Blanc Philip-Pierre, Nikuli Hamisi L.Jun 01, 2014
    There are thousands of rickettsial, viral, bacterial, protozoan, and metazoan parasites that cause disease in farmed aquatic animals. While the basics of farm-level disease management are known, the ...