Farmers in developing countries

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  • This compensation technique bought us back 14 % of loss recall and an increase of 9 % accuracy over the baseline system. Finally, wrapping the retrieval system as an info service guarantees its practical deployment, asour target audiences are the majority of farmers in developing countries who are unable to reach modern farming information and knowledge.

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  • Rural residents have higher rates of age-adjusted mortality, disability, and chronic disease than their urban counterparts. Contributing negatively to the health status of rural residents are their lower socioeconomic status, higher incidence of both smoking and obesity, and lower levels of physical activity. Contributing negatively to the health status of farmers are the high risks from workplace hazards; contributing positively are farmers¿ higher socioeconomic status, lower incidence of smoking, and more active lifestyle.

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  • This paper examines the incentives and disincentives for the adoption of Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) by farmers and by downstream handlers of farm outputs in developing countries. GAPs cover a diverse set of objectives and have been developed by a wide array of interest groups from private supply chain-driven systems tied to individual retailers, and industry-wide systems driven by retailer or producer associations, to programmes developed within national policy frameworks or promoted by international agencies....

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  • The Review takes an international perspective. Climate change is global in its causes and consequences, and international collective action will be critical in driving an effective, efficient and equitable response on the scale required. This response will require deeper international co-operation in many areas - most notably in creating price signals and markets for carbon, spurring technology research, development and deployment, and promoting adaptation, particularly for developing countries. ...

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  • efficiency and quality. NGOs should be involved as management partners of the government for the shrimp cultivating areas. This will help reduce social tensions among various groups in the cultivating areas and ensure participation of the poor communities in all activities including decision making process. 9. Financial Support: Farmers, depot owners, small boat owners and transporters suffer from lack of capital to perform fishing activities. They have to rely on informal sources such as middlemen and traders for credit at a very high cost.

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  • We will briefly comment on the estimation of standard errors. When we use community variables, instead of fixed effects, we adjust for clustering at the municipality level. This takes into account the spatial correlation of the error terms of every children living in the same municipality. When we use municipality fixed effects, we will adjust the standard errors to take into account the correlation of error terms of children living in the same household, as any correlation at the municipality level will be considered by the fixed effects.

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  • The generation line of broiler comes from pure line, which is imported. This produces grand parents for parent stocks and parent stock end up in producing the final product. The farmers get day old broiler from hatcheries. These hatcheries maintain their breeder farms, or in some cases, purchase their hatching eggs from breeder farms. These breeder farms depend on producers of parent stock. Poultry feed mills are the major player in the poultry industry, which produce a specific formula feed mix.

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  • Over the past few decades, life-threatening environmental concerns have surfaced in the developing world. Countrysides are coming under pressure from increasing numbers of farmers and the landless. Cities are filling with people, cars, and factories.

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  • The numerous limitations faced by women, particularly in rural areas, have compelled them to look for alternative options in other places. For example, in Latin America, a great part of the migrations from rural areas during the 1960s and 1970s was made up of women seeking better opportunities as maids in cities (Villarreal 1996). In recent decades, rural women have continued to migrate to urban areas and, besides domestic work, they are also employed in export assembly plants or maquilas, particularly in Central America (Vargas-Lundius 2007, 221-27).

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  • Addressing the options for domestic sustainable agriculture policies in developing countries, it is generally observed that the world’s agriculture trade system is progressively moving towards an open-market system, a process which is desirable from both a trade as well as a sustainable development point of view.

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  • Rural water supply and sanitation is one of major programs for rural development applied not only in Vietnam but also in other developing countries. However, due to poor income and low knowledge conditions, the numbers of farmers achieve this are not so high. Currently, there is a little documentation in Vietnamese concerning toilet design have been found in bookstores and libraries although this is a real need, special for rural areas. For this purpose, a rural toilet design manual was just written in the College of Technology (CoT), CanTho University (CTU).

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  • Rural water supply and sanitation is one of major programs for rural development applied not only in Vietnam but also in other developing countries. However, due to poor income and low knowledge conditions, the numbers of farmers achieve this are not so high.

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  • 2 How to recognize erosion The previous chapter explained how erosion can impede development of large areas and even whole countries. Now an attempt will be made to illustrate the ways in which a farmer is confronted with the physical characteristics of erosion in the daily work.

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  • Cattle and buffalo are an integral part of the mixed crop-livestock smallholder farming systems in the developing countries of the Asia-Pacific region. Apart from being a crucial source of high quality food (meat and milk), dairy farming provides employment, sustainable income and social security to millions of smallholder farmers within the region. Also, attaining food security and self-sufficiency in livestock products is a high priority development goal of most countries in this region.

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  • Nevertheless, the WTO Agreement on Agriculture (AoA) provides Members—both developing and developed—with certain flexibilities to pursue sustainable development objectives like protecting the environment as well as preserving a viable rural farming sector. Mostly developed countries have gained some experience in developing such policies since they had to restructure their rural production sectors already with the beginning of industrialization.

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  • In most of Africa, area expansion has been based on smallholder agriculture in the context of population growth. 2 While countries on the continent range from very land scarce (such as Malawi and Rwanda) to relatively land abundant (such as the Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania, and Zambia), large-scale investment has been limited. A key reason for this was that policy distortions against agriculture, especially exports and low public investment in rural areas, have reduced investment incentives, thus limiting the development of Africa’s agricultural potential.

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  • Developing countries devote all their available capacities to safeguard their small and poor farmers from being sidelined by things like growing competition through efficient support measures. They use their flexibilities to provide production-linked support to the fullest extent as, on the one hand, such payments are easier to administer and as they help creating basic food security by increasing production of staple crops. Support to rural development in general and to the environment would rank lower.

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  • The vast majority (about 70%) of dairy farmers in Pakistan are smallholding farmers. Up to 43% of dairying households in Pakistan maintain herd sizes of one to two animals while another 28% of the households maintain herds ranging from three to four animals3. Some 90% of milk production comes from smallholding farmers. Many believe that only large mechanized farms are the solution to increased profitability and quality.

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  • The starting point here are the WTO domestic support rules applying to developing countries.

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  • In Vietnamese belief, rice field, land, and water belong to Yin. Agricultural Spirit always creates enriched life for farmer, thus people had imaged a Land Spirit. This spirit always is female - an original Mother Goddess. In this legend of Đông Cuông Mother Goddess, Âu Cơ Mother Goddess, Man Nương is an original Mother Goddess. When Buddhism developed in our country, Tứ Pháp (Cloud Spirit, Rainy Spirit, Thunder Spirit, Lightning Spirit) incarnate to Buddha and they had worshiped in Vietnam’s pagoda.

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