The camel Worth Different in Reality VS the Appearance

Thinking critically and philosophically, the camel has two sides of the actuality, i.e. the real one and the exterior one. Camel is not like other animals but unique, having dualistic sides and special value if asses with a holistic approach. Following are the few examples. The decorated Marrecha camel of Cholistan desert of Pakistan 1. Though Continue reading The camel Worth Different in Reality VS the Appearance

Livestock for food security and nutrition—Committee on World Food Security policy recommendations

The following policy recommendations build on the main findings of the CFS High Level Panel of Expert’s Jul 2016 report #10, on Sustainable agricultural development for food security and nutrition: What roles for livestock? The sustainable development of agriculture, including livestock, is essential for poverty reduction and the achievement of food security and nutrition. via Livestock Continue reading Livestock for food security and nutrition—Committee on World Food Security policy recommendations

Another World Donkey Day 8th May~ Who will listen and Who Should Listen?

The unique Biological Machine for Work (BMW), highly adapted, the specialized creature is still hiding from the policy makers and highly neglected at all levels. This unique creature is still playing the same role since ages Reminding the Role of Poor Creature~The Donkey The donkey is not only a working equid but equally play a pivotal Continue reading Another World Donkey Day 8th May~ Who will listen and Who Should Listen?

Water Foot Print VS the Earth Change

Not only the climate but the Earth as a whole is Changing Under earth changing context, the water is getting more importance in all aspects. Due to many reasons, the consumption of water is ever increasing and the recharging sources are depleting. High water costs High input/output agriculture is engulfing immense amount of water per Continue reading Water Foot Print VS the Earth Change

The Climate Change Forced African Pastoralists to Replace Cow with the Camel

Maalem is a camel pastoralist in Kenya and she is thankful for camel as this precious animal ensures livelihood in the climatic calamities of the region. Bone-dry plains roasted by a relentless equatorial sun. At first glance, there’s little to be found in the fields near Isiolo, a provincial town about five hours’ drive north of the Continue reading The Climate Change Forced African Pastoralists to Replace Cow with the Camel

The Blind Export of Precious Donkey will lead to Extinction of this Genetic Resource

The Donkey’s Importance Donkey, the beautiful but very useful creature 2. Donkey, the wheel of the rural life 3. Donkey is the wheel of urban transport 4. Donkey is the companion of nomads and ensures movability 5. The unique biodiversity 6. Unfortunately, neglected and avoided 7. Treated in a bad way, no respect 8. But Continue reading The Blind Export of Precious Donkey will lead to Extinction of this Genetic Resource

Australian Organization and the Government are Looking to find Ways for Camel Genetic Resources to GCC Region

A one day workshop was organized by Ngaanyatjarra Camel CompanyIndigenous camel company gets over the hump, Camel Treck Australia, and Agricultural Consulting Company Queensland Australia to find ways for Australian camel export to the GCC Region Gulf Cooperation Council. The details of the program are attached Workshop Program Rafat (1). The theme and the venue of the workshop Continue reading Australian Organization and the Government are Looking to find Ways for Camel Genetic Resources to GCC Region

Camel Manure~Some Feedback from the Different Quarters of the World

Here, I just copy and paste the response regarding the article Camels’ Manure~From Waste to a Worthwhile Farming Agent in the ensuing lines. These responses were received through my email. Response from Mongolia,  We are interested in your entitled “Looking for ways to turn camel manure into a worthwhile asset”. In Mongolia rearing population nucleus of Bactrian Continue reading Camel Manure~Some Feedback from the Different Quarters of the World

The Strong and Resilient Plant of Desert; Zygophyllum (Zygophyllum qatarense)

Zygophyllum qatarense is a salt-tolerant plant of the Arabian Peninsula that grows as a rounded, dwarf shrub. In adaptation to retaining water in its saline environment, it has small compact leaves that are rather fleshy and succulent. The camel loves this plant because of 2 main reasons, the i.e. rich source of water and providing Continue reading The Strong and Resilient Plant of Desert; Zygophyllum (Zygophyllum qatarense)

The Resilient Genetic Resources~A Solution to Many Difficult Question

A Case Study of Local Ghaf Tree in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Prosopis cineraria, commonly known as the Ghaf tree, is widely regarded as the national tree of the UAE. The Ghaf is one of the best examples of resilience and sustainability. Sustainability is one of the critical issues in the present arena, where Continue reading The Resilient Genetic Resources~A Solution to Many Difficult Question

Heartiest congratulation and Happy New Year 2017

I hereby send you my heartiest congratulation on the occasion of the onset of 2017. I wish you a very prosperous new year for you and your beloved ones. This year the incredible camel progressed further in many ways; i.e. Many scientific articles published in well-reputed journals. Camel milk made more space for the food Continue reading Heartiest congratulation and Happy New Year 2017

Capacity development in agri-food systems: Entry points for research — ILRI Clippings

The International Livestock Research Institute, and other partners in the CGIAR Research Program on Integrated Systems for the Humid Tropics (Humidtropics) have released eight briefs to help CGIAR Research Programs integrate key ‘capacity development in systems’ concepts into their work. via Capacity development in agri-food systems: Entry points for research — ILRI Clippings

Customary Laws of Pashtun Pastoralists in North-eastern Balochistan

Originally posted on Animal Genetic Resources, the Camel, Food Security and the Climate Change:
The land inhibited by Pashtun pastoral people in northeastern Balochistan is owned by communities. Only the roadsides, railway lines and the state areas near the towns and cities belong to the state. There is no conserved area by the Government in…