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I am blogging from the state of Assam in northeast India where I have commenced a second and final phase of field data collection in partial fulfillment of a doctoral degree. The overarching focus of my research is to explore how livelihoods, environ...
 
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January 31, 2015 Today I visited the participants’ homes to survey the soil and water availability—also to determine what resource and tools participants need to start the garden. I began the first round of home visits around 2p.m. with a gui...
 
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Reflecting on the tranbleman tè January 12, 2015 was the fifth anniversary of the tragic earthquake in Haiti known as tranbleman tè in Creole —displacing approximately 1.5 million people, injuring 300,000 people, and an estimated death toll be...
 
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Howdy! My name is Diana Juarez a graduate student at Texas A&M University, currently pursuing a master’s degree in the Department of Agricultural, Leadership, Education and Communication with a concentration in international agricultural dev...
 
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Originally posted on TAMU Today. Four Texas A&M students and two students from other universities have been awarded international development and media grants by the Center on Conflict and Development (ConDev). More than $30,000 was awarded to...
 
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