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|24 Sep 2013||
New rice varieties are being developed and water-saving cultivation technologies promoted to help feed Asia's growing populations. New rice varieties are being developed and water-saving cultivation technologies promoted to help feed Asia's growing populations. Developing rice varieties that can survive...
|17 May 2013||
ADB launches a program to help Bangladesh farmers protect their precarious livelihoods. ADB launches a program to help Bangladesh farmers protect their precarious livelihoods. Farmers around the world are at the mercy of the weather, but those in Bangladesh are more vulnerable than most with the low-lying country...
|12 Oct 2012||
The world is facing a perilous convergence of depleting natural resources - of water, good land, energy, nutrients, technology, fish and stable climates. The world is facing a perilous convergence of depleting natural resources - of water, good land, energy, nutrients, technology, fish and stable climates...
|27 Mar 2012||
The Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB) has taken a bold step forward to initiate a new approach which, if successfully implemented, could be replicated in other major irrigation systems to have a profound impact on food security, water use efficiency and sustainable growth. Water resources management remains...
|5 Dec 2011||
A simple feed innovation for cattle is bringing modest prosperity to rural villages - and women are leading the way. Dharakantar, Bangladesh─At 20, Ayesha Siddik was married to a day laborer who generally earned less than a dollar a day. She lived in a mud and straw hut in this farming village in northern Rangpur...
|27 Jan 2010||
A project in rural Bangladesh provides farmers with training, data, and price information to help them maximize returns and increase the quality of produce. A project in rural Bangladesh provides farmers with training, data, and price information to help them maximize returns and increase the quality of produce...
|31 Oct 2008||
Asia’s older generation still recall barely surviving an epic storm and the famine that followed. The future is looking worrisome again with with stronger and more frequent calamities. Science as a matter of survival Many Asian countries share two things in common: rice and unpredictable weather. For...