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Irrigation activities in Egypt
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ICARDA research in Egypt has revealed that although women play a far more active role in irrigation than previously thought, their contributions continue to...

© Saja Taha Al Zubi (photos taken during filed visit 2016-2017)
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Syrian refugees in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, have found security from the ravaging conflict in Syria.  However, in spite of the commendable efforts from...

The TWAS Fellows Awards for women scientists recognize outstanding contributions to scientific advancement in developing countries
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The World Academy of Scientists (TWAS) is now accepting nominations for three prizes devoted to women scientists working in developing countries.