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Author: Hans Schiere
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Keywords: based, literature, field, experiences, technologies, traditional, keeping, urban, areas, review, livestock
Number of Pages: 76
Livestock play an important but variable role in both rural and urban societies. At the request and with the support of the Japanese Government, FAO has compiled experiences of livestock keeping from different parts of the world, categorized by production systems, to make it easier for interested people to select ideas for their own conditions. This document presents a sample of such technologies intended for livestock keeping in urban and peri-urban areas. It describes the livestock production system in traditional sectors and identifies constraints. Suggestions for improving production in th
Author: Jamie M.
Publisher: HP Publishing, Ltd
Keywords: daily, promises, maintaining
Number of Pages: 566
366 balance sheets with journal. This evening workbook handles our "Daily Balance Sheet" where we look at our day, both the pluses and minuses, cleaning up where required. There is also space for keeping track of our money, food, exercise, sleep, and water consumption. Following these simple forms fulfils our daily 10th Steps, keeping us blessed with the "Promises." It also includes forms for handling those daily "distubances" that can build mole hills into mountains. All of this material is reviewed at our "Annual or Semi-Annual Retreats" giving us a yearly inventory of where we are so far.
Author: Lawrence William Heinrich
Publisher: United Nations University Press
Keywords: japanese, policies, guide, operations, keeping, peace
Number of Pages: 164
Why is participation in UN peace-keeping and humanitarian operations such a sensitive issue for Japanese policymakers? Although Japan is among the United Nations' most enthusiastic supporters, it has only recently begun to send its Self-Defense Forces to assist UN peace operations.In this book, three experts unravel the political and legal complexities that bedevil Japanese officials in their attempts to cooperate with these missions. A comprehensive historical overview of Japan's peace-keeping policy provides readers with the background to understand this contentious issue. Two sections offer
Author: Indermit Singh Gill
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Keywords: latin, america, security, social, promise, keeping
Number of Pages: 368
Empirical analysis of two decades of pioneering pension and social security reform in Latin America and the Caribbean shows that much has been achieved, but that critical challenges remain. In tackling this unfinished agenda, a great deal can be learned from the reform experience of countries in the region. Keeping the Promise, produced by the chief economist's office in the Latin America and Caribbean Region at the World Bank, evaluates policy reforms in 12 countries, points to successes and shortcomings, and proposes priorities and options for future reform.