Building safer, cleaner, more efficient and accessible transport systems is necessary to transform the mobility in developing countries like Uganda. By 2030 the UN projects that there will be more than 8.5 billion people on earth and mainly in developing countries like Uganda, and aspirations for mobility will continue to rise. Transport is crucial for […]
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Eclipse Misconceptions Humans have watched eclipses since before the dawn of written history, and during this long span of time our scientific understanding of the physical world has grown enormously. As a consequence, many of the older ideas we had about the causes and effects of total solar eclipses have been replaced by detailed physical […] […]
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AFRICA: A business Perspective Want To Make Money In Africa? Start by Solving Any of These 8 Serious Problems GUEST: John-Paul Iwuoha Author, Business Strategist via Africa — THE PLATFORM
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Improved feed marketing system is critical for efficient milk production in Tanzania via Improved feed marketing systems boost milk production efficiency in Tanzania — CGIAR Research Program on Livestock
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Tools and approaches for estimating feed supply and demand in sufficiently disaggregated forms can enable realistic assessments of achievable productivity gains and greater economic benefits from livestock value chains interventions. via Roll-out of animal feed supply assessment tool for Ethiopia — CGIAR Research Program on Livestock
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Inorganic arsenic is an element that can be found in water, soil, and food. It is a carcinogen with links to skin, lung, bladder cancer, and other health problems. In January 2001, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lowered the limit from 50 ppb to 10 ppb in drinking water. However, similar standards have not been […] […]
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