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Dr. Jaber Amin

Organisation: Cukurova University
Pays: Soudan
Domaine(s) de spécialisation
I am working on:

bee genetic and breeding

My name is Jaber Amin,  and I am currently a Ph.D. student at Cukurova University in Adana, Turkey, studying bee breeding and genetics in the Animal Science and Husbandry Department. I have a strong background in plant protection and plant pathology, holding a Master's Degree in Plant Pathology from Sudan University of Science and Technology. With expertise in applied entomology, pest control, and plant diseases, I have also worked as a teaching assistant at the University of Zalingei and Omdurman Islamic University. Fluent in Fur, Arabic, English, and Turkish, I am dedicated to expanding my knowledge in plant pathology and contributing to the field. Also, I am the Head of the Sudanese Agriculural Students in Turkiye.

 

Ce membre a contribué à/au:

    • This article delves into the potential of honeybee products in

      promoting food security, empowering communities, and driving

      sustainable development. This highlights the importance of honeybees

      as producers of honey and other valuable products, as well as their

      critical role as pollinators in the realm of agriculture and food

      production. Furthermore, the article explores the various methods by

      which sustainable beekeeping practices can ensure the sustenance of

      communities, enhance agricultural productivity, and preserve

      biodiversity.



      Furthermore, particularly in rural and underprivileged areas, the

      article suggests that honeybee products could potentially serve as a

      solution to address issues related to food insecurity and poverty.

      This highlights the significance of implementing policy support,

      education, and training initiatives to fully leverage the benefits

      provided by honeybee products. The article aligns with the principles

      delineated in the Right to Food Guidelines, which emphasize the

      importance of ensuring food security through sustainable agricultural

      practices and promoting economic accessibility to food.



      The article promotes the idea of enhancing investment, research, and

      policy support for the utilization of honeybees as a viable solution

      to address issues related to hunger and poverty. This platform offers

      stakeholders in the fields of agriculture, food security, and

      sustainable development with highly valuable insights.



      Cukurova University, Faculty of Agriculture, Animal Science Department

      Turkey.

    • Submission for the 20th Anniversary of the Guidelines on the Right to Food

      Dear concern.

      In commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the Right to Food

      Guidelines, I am writing to provide my input and share valuable

      information regarding the realization of the Human Right to Sufficient

      Food. As an ardent advocate for food security and sustainable

      agriculture, I believe that every person should have access to secure,

      nutritious, and culturally appropriate food.

      I have attentively perused and considered the United Nations'

      guidelines regarding the right to sustenance, and I would like to

      contribute my beekeeping industry-specific experiences and best

      practices. Although I lack personal experience in this field, I have

      compiled pertinent information and best practices that can assist in

      the realization of the right to sustenance via beekeeping.

      Through pollination and honey production, the beekeeping industry

      plays a crucial role in food production, making it an essential aspect

      of assuring food security and promoting biodiversity. We can

      collectively improve the comprehension and application of the right to

      sustenance if we share our experiences and best practices.

      In my proposal, I have outlined key elements such as sustainable

      beekeeping practices, capacity building, and knowledge sharing, access

      to resources and markets, conservation of bee habitats, research and

      innovation, policy support and advocacy, and the significance of

      collaboration and partnerships within the beekeeping industry.

      We can contribute to the realization of the Human Right to Adequate

      Food, I believe, by incorporating these experiences and best practices

      into our collective efforts. The beekeeping industry has enormous

      potential to not only provide sustenance but also support beekeepers'

      livelihoods and promote environmental preservation.

      I expect that my submission will be considered and will contribute to

      the larger discussions and initiatives surrounding the Right to Food

      Guidelines' 20th anniversary. I welcome any additional conversations

      or opportunities for collaboration that may result from this

      submission.

      Please find enclosed my detailed submission, which provides an

      exhaustive overview of the beekeeping industry's experiences and best

      practices in relation to the realization of the right to sustenance.

      Please do not hesitate to contact me if any additional information or

      documents are required.

      Thank you for your consideration of this issue. I offer my fondest

      regards for the success of the 20th-anniversary celebration of the

      Right to Food Guidelines.



      Yours faithfully,



      Mr. Jaber Amin.

    • Dear FSN Moderator,



      After Greeting,



      Below, you can find the application form for the 10th anniversary of

      the Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Sustainable Small-Scale

      Fisheries in the Context of Food Security and Poverty Eradication.



      Best regards



      Mr. J. Amin

      Cukurova University, Faculty of Agriculture, Departments of Animal

      Science and Husbandry, Adana. Turkey.