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    Shi Yan, Urgenci’s Chinese Vice-President recently played a very important role in a one-day High Level Forum on Connecting Smallholders to Markets organised by the Committee on World Food Security in...
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    01 Jul 2015
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    Urgenci’s next General Assembly (GA) will be held on November 22nd, 2015 following our International CSA conference and farm visits in China. The goals of the GA are to assess activities...
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    22 Jun 2015
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    Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is one of the best examples of a successful, alternative food distribution system, providing real income to producers and affordable healthy food for consumers. Food continues to...
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    01 Jun 2015
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    People’s Expo: NGOs’ and Peasant’s Movements’ Response to Feeding the Planet Sustainably Three days of conferences, meetings and cultural events concerning Food Sovereignty and Environmental Justice On June 3rd-5th, the People’s...
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