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The food and agriculture sector offers key solutions for development and is at the heart of the eradication of hunger and poverty.
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2: ZERO HUNGER

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04.05.2021 Embedded thumbnail for A balanced diet A balanced diet Rural development Rwanda 2: ZERO HUNGER, 3: GOOD HEALTH AND WELL- BEING
31.03.2018 Embedded thumbnail for A comparison between traditional and modern cattle farming A comparison between traditional and modern cattle farming Rural development Burundi 2: ZERO HUNGER
01.05.2018 Embedded thumbnail for Advocacy on public policies. Advocacy on public policies. Citizenship Rwanda 2: ZERO HUNGER, 10: REDUCED INEQUALITIES, 16 PEACE, JUSTICE AND STRONG INSTITUTIONS
30.04.2021 Embedded thumbnail for Begging youth in Tambacounda, Senegal Begging youth in Tambacounda, Senegal Other Senegal 1 NO POVERTY, 2: ZERO HUNGER
03.05.2021 Embedded thumbnail for Breaking paradigms Breaking paradigms Education Guatemala 2: ZERO HUNGER, 4: QUALITY EDUCATION
02.09.2016 Embedded thumbnail for Hope, by passing on the gift Hope, by passing on the gift Rural development Philippines 1 NO POVERTY, 2: ZERO HUNGER, 11: SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND COMMUNITIES
04.05.2021 Embedded thumbnail for Increase production on small farms Increase production on small farms Rural development Rwanda 1 NO POVERTY, 2: ZERO HUNGER
18.07.2020 Embedded thumbnail for Looking for alternatives in agriculture Looking for alternatives in agriculture Productive projects Honduras 1 NO POVERTY, 2: ZERO HUNGER, 8: DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
13.02.2020 Embedded thumbnail for Market gardening in the dry season in Tapoga Market gardening in the dry season in Tapoga Productive projects Bénin 1 NO POVERTY, 2: ZERO HUNGER, 13: CLIMATE ACTION
20.09.2020 Embedded thumbnail for Production of hydroponic fodder from corn Production of hydroponic fodder from corn Rural development Cameroon 1 NO POVERTY, 2: ZERO HUNGER

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