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Policy Brief on The Impact of Rising Food Commodity Prices and Inflation on Accessibility to Food by Vulnerable Households in Blue Nile State  2021.
Rising food prices pose a serious threat to food security at both household and country level. It can have a devastating effect on households’ health status by preventing their access to sufficient nutritional food. The upward increase in the general level of food prices could lead to the occurrence of the inflation phenomenon that connected with income and expenditure. Key drivers of high food
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Conservation Agriculture (CA) Policy Brief  2016.
Blue Nile State is the most agriculturally significant state, characterized by fertile soils and large cultivable lands. The traditional farming is one of the important farming systems that following the semi-mechanized system. Considerably, it ensures the livelihoods for the majority of the rural populations. The production under this sector is mainly for household consumption and local
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Blue Nile State is the most agriculturally significant state, characterized by fertile soils and large cultivable lands. The traditional farming is one of the important farming systems that following the semi-mechanized system. Considerably, it ensures the livelihoods for the majority of the rural populations. The production under this sector is mainly for household consumption and local
Livestock Policy Brief  2014.
 BN state is known for its huge livestock with a total estimated livestock population of 15.28 million (Source: annual vaccination number).  Pastoralism and agro-pastoralism is among the key farming systems in BN where majority of rural households rely for their subsistence.  BN state is also endowed with huge area of rain fed agriculture with significant amount of crop residues that is
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 BN state is known for its huge livestock with a total estimated livestock population of 15.28 million (Source: annual vaccination number).  Pastoralism and agro-pastoralism is among the key farming systems in BN where majority of rural households rely for their subsistence.  BN state is also endowed with huge area of rain fed agriculture with significant amount of crop residues that is
Food, Health and Nutrition Policy brief no.2 – February, 2014  2014.
 Blue Nile State is divided into three main zones: Small/Medium-scale Cultivation, Rain-fed Semimechanized Agriculture and urban.  Round 3 GAM rate is improving with an average of 18.4% and 3.6% in comparison to round 2.  Iodine deficiency is a real problem in the state and needs to be addressed.  The brief recommended 2 options: - Support needed from government and nutrition partners
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 Blue Nile State is divided into three main zones: Small/Medium-scale Cultivation, Rain-fed Semimechanized Agriculture and urban.  Round 3 GAM rate is improving with an average of 18.4% and 3.6% in comparison to round 2.  Iodine deficiency is a real problem in the state and needs to be addressed.  The brief recommended 2 options: - Support needed from government and nutrition partners
Livestock Policy Brief No 1 February 2014  2014.
BN state is known for its huge livestock with a total estimated livestock population of 15.28 million (Source: annual vaccination number).  Pastoralism and agro-pastoralism is among the key farming systems in BN where majority of rural households rely for their subsistence.  BN state is also endowed with huge area of rain fed agriculture with significant amount of crop residues that is essenti
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BN state is known for its huge livestock with a total estimated livestock population of 15.28 million (Source: annual vaccination number).  Pastoralism and agro-pastoralism is among the key farming systems in BN where majority of rural households rely for their subsistence.  BN state is also endowed with huge area of rain fed agriculture with significant amount of crop residues that is essenti