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New Publication: On-farm milk cooling solution based

“In many African countries, milk production, to a large extend is, carried out by small and medium size dairy farms. These farms are mostly constrained by the lack of cooling systems and reduced hygiene standards, often resulting in high microbial contamination of the milk.”

‘On-farm milk cooling solution based on insulated cans with integrated ice compartment’ The full University of Hohenheim report was published in Science Direct (2018).

 

Victor Torres-Toledo; Alice Hack; Farah Mrabet; Ana Salvatierra-Rojas; JoachimMüller

Universität Hohenheim (440e), Institute of Agricultural Engineering, Tropics and Subtropics Group, Stuttgart 70599, Germany

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Malabo Montpellier Panel Report: Nourished

A seminar took place on 22 March at the Center for Development Research of Bonn University (ZEF) with Dr. Ousmane Badiane, Africa Director at the International Food and Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) in Washington D.C., Prof. Joachim von Braun, ZEF-Director, and Dr. Stefan Schmitz, Deputy Director General of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). The discussion dealt with the question why some African countries have been successful in their battle against malnutrition whilst others are still lagging behind.

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