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cialis prices at walmart In developing countries, more and more families are moving to cities, seeking to be part of the growing urban economy. Less capable of making this shift, the elderly and people with disabilities are increasingly being left behind in villages. This also means that more and more farms are being left to this group to manage. Disability perpetuates poverty and poverty amplifies the hardships of disability. 43% of people with disabilities in developing countries live in extreme poverty; conversely 1 in 5 among the poor... »»

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Land to women and landless youth

The Tigray Regional Government (TRG) in Ethiopia has five years back embarked on pilot testing its policy and investment programme of converting the rehabilitated steep degraded hillsides into productive land through, among others, bench terracing . At the nucleus of the target beneficiaries are the estimated quarter of a million landless youth (about half are female) in the Region.

How the war in Syria is drowning the Middle East

The war in Syria and the recent rise of Islamic State (IS) has forced many Syrians to leave their country. Many of them have found a safe haven in the refugee camps in Jordan and Lebanon. However, in these refugee camps, as in these countries as a whole, water does not flow richly. As more and more refugees continue to cross the border, this will have serious consequences for availability of water in the region.

It is the microclimate! You didn't see?

They go largely unobserved and unattended. In view of the climate change that is with us today, this is a huge missed opportunity: microclimates. These microclimates can be influenced and managed by various interventions.









In eastern Sudan at the eastern tip of the Sahel water is very scarce and a well is more than a blessing. When nomads pack up their camps and leave the place they have stayed for a while they fill the water troughs for whoever comes next – other nomads, wild animals, anybody.


Atif Kubursi's water story from the Middle East

Atif Kubursi was born in Lebanon and has worked in various Arab countries for many years. Therefore he has countless water stories from the region to share. Nowadays, Kubursi is an economics professor at the MacMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.