Bad weather and harvests from North to South

It did not escape you, the rain fell in abundance this summer in Switzerland. Exceptional floods were observed throughout the country. This abnormal weather for the season has an impact on vegetable crops. In parts…

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Millet: food security and climate change

Millet is a cereal, also called millet or sorghum, it is used for human and animal food. Mainly cultivated in Africa and Asia, this very nutritious cereal has many advantages: Able to grow in dry…

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World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought

The term desertification refers to land degradation in arid, semi-arid and dry subhumid zones caused by various factors such as human activities and / or climatic variations. In sub-Saharan Africa, the temperature increase is above…

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14 young farmers who protect their environment

On Thursday April 1, in the village of Agou in Togo, 14 young farmers beneficiaries of the Agroforestry project of Morija received an endowment in agricultural equipment for the cultivation of cocoa, given by Morija’s…

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Wild life, more than ever in danger!

For this World Wildlife Day, Morija wishes to recall the inestimable value of flora and fauna in all its diversity. The forest, a treasure to be preserved Over 300 million people live in or near…

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Eat your own vegetables! World pulses day

Why does the World Pulses Day deserve our attention? … Legumes are a sub-group of the vegetable category, cultivated to obtain only dry grains: beans and beans, dry peas (whole, split, chick…), lentils (green, red,…

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