Monthly Archives: April 2011

Growing Your Own Greens (And Other Colours) At Home

Posted by Dawn Advertiser in ADBUZZZZ, Earth Day, Gardening, House Beautiful, Special Occasions, Days and Events The best way to obtain fresh, healthy vegetables with the highest nutritive content (in these days of chemically-grown ones) and discovering new taste experiences, … Continue reading

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Land reforms vital for women empowerment

Review of GEI’s Najma Sadeque’s “An Acre for Every Woman”  in http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Land+reforms+vital+for+women+empowerment.-a0253255542 ISLAMABAD, April 02, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Non Governmental Organization (NGO), Shirkat Gahs slogan an acre for every woman called for short-term solution to feed the hungry poor and … Continue reading

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‘Grow crops yourself for food security’

ISLAMABAD: To both empower rural women and overcome the current food security issues in the country, the government should allocate at least one acre of land to landless farmer women. This suggestion was given by speakers at a discussion titled … Continue reading

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Land reforms vital for women empowerment

ISLAMABAD: Shirkat Gah, a non governmental organisation (NGO) has called for a short-term solution to feed the hungry masses by introducing land reforms, that in the long run will also empower women at the grass root level. Head of the … Continue reading

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Empowering Women for Agricultural Development

‘An Acre for Every Woman’ demanded Published in Pakistan Observer (2 Apr. 2011) by Sana Jamal ISLAMABAD: In an informative world, which is often reminding us of the future threats for instance, food shortage, global warming, and water crisis; it … Continue reading

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