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Moringa for increased nutrition and poverty reduction

par Ms. Tyson Deal

Familiar with Moringa?  I need your help! My name is Tyson Deal, and I am a graduate student at the University of Georgia pursuing a Master’s of Agricultural Leadership. I am conducting a study about Moringa and the limiting factors of its adoption and use for agricultural development.

I am looking for individuals to participate in a research study for my master’s thesis. The study involves answering questions regarding the subject of Moringa and agricultural development. If you would be interested to lend your expertise by participating in the study, if you have questions, or would like more information, please contact me or the primary investigator (PI) Maria Navarro at fsn-moderator@fao.org.

If you are interested in participating, the link to the questionnaire is: https://ugeorgia.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6Xy1dFhvC4VrQcB. Please feel also free to answer the questions in this Forum.

Your time, participation, and input are greatly appreciated. I thank you in advance for helping a graduate student and contributing to research for the greater-good.

Tyson Deal and Dr. Maria Navarro

University of Georgia
United States of America

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17.06.2013
Dr.Syed Md.Zainul Abedin Abedin

Hello Ms Tyson Deal,

I am interested to provide available information regarding Moringa.

You may contact me via my e-mail: zabedin54@gmail.com

Best wishes,

Dr.Syed Md.Zainul Abedin

www.connecttask.com

FSN Forum Team Afghanistan
07.06.2013
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Posted on behalf of Sathish Kumar, India

Hi

I came to know that you are doing your thesis on moringa. I have also decided to do the same in Tamil Nadu Agricultural University of India. Can we exchange information on adoption behaviour of moringa?

Thanks.

22.05.2013

Dear Tyson Deal,

many greeting!

This is masresha from Ethiopia. I am nitrition researcher  at Ethiopian Health & Nutrition Research Institute (EHNRI). I heard that you are working on Moringa plant. here in our institute there is some study is going on and you also rural communities consuming it at different region.What kind of collaboration do you thinks?

with regards,

Masresha Tessema,
Researcher, Ethiopian Health & Nutrition Research Institute (EHNRI)

10.05.2013

Posted on behalf of Cara McDonald

Hi!

I recently saw a post that you are doing research on the Moringa tree to help alleviate poverty. I wanted to let you know I will be doing research this summer in Haiti on this topic with Penn State University. Penn State has a lot of research going on with the Moringa tree. I would love to hear more about your research and I'd love to share my findings as well.

Cara