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Advanced Search Abstract Integrated agriculture nutrition programs can increase the quantity and quality of nutritious foods through multiple pathways. Increased household production increases the availability of own produced food for consumption, as well as income for food purchases.
Increased knowledge of nutrition introduced through a behavior change communication strategy can change food preferences and shift purchasing decisions towards nutritious foods. In a randomized control trial, we demonstrate that an integrated agriculture-nutrition program in Burkina Faso improved the quality of diets by reducing household macro and micronutrient consumption gaps. We estimate production and consumption nutrient gaps for households in our sample by comparing reported consumption or production of nutrients relative to recommended daily allowances for households.
Differences between actual nutrient consumption and production values and the recommended daily allowances provide an estimate of the nutrient gaps surplus or deficit within the household.
We find that the integrated agriculture-nutrition program reduced consumption nutrient gaps in treatment households. We also investigate whether the production or nutrition knowledge pathways explain the consumption nutrient gap treatment effects. Though crop choice led to a diversified household production of nutritious foods in treatment villages on the extensive production margin, increased household production of nutrients does not explain the improvements in diet quality due to limited treatment effects for the estimated production nutrient gaps at the intensive production margin.
Consumption expenditures in treatment villages did increase purchases of nutritious foods, suggesting that the behavior change communication strategy is effective at not only increasing nutrition knowledge, but also in affecting consumer preferences.
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Agricultural policies in developing countries have increasingly focused on investing in agriculture, not only to increase agricultural development, but to achieve health and nutrition outcomes e. An integrated agriculture-nutrition program may have an impact on household macro and micronutrient consumption via the agriculture or nutrition components of the program.
The agriculture component can lead to increased crop production diversity or increased total production. The road is partly unpaved but good for any vehicle, but it's almost 50 miles from Tonopah. Another almost ghost, Goldfield, is 30 miles south of Tonopah, right on It is also a county seat, but it has only a couple hundred residents and dozens of old deserted buildings.
I hope the high school is still standing; there was a fundraising campaign a few years ago to preserve it. The Goldfield Hotel is abandoned, but in the early 20th century it and the Mizpah in Tonopah were considered the finest lodgings between St. Louis and San Francisco.
You could spend an hour or two wandering around Goldfield looking at the old buildings and a collection of old railroad artifacts IIRC that is on 5th Street. There is even a bottle house one with walls made of bottles laid down in mud, like the one in Rhyolite.
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Warm Springs is the ruins of a former hot springs resort. If the decision, as in the present case, has been declared provisionally enforceable subject to the provision of security by Claimant suspension of execution will only be granted in exceptional circumstances.
In other words, the subsequent obligations of the alleged infringer derived from Huawei only arise when and provided that the SEP proprietor submitted an offer on FRAND terms. Therefore, no separate and detailed summary is provided here.
As to the facts of the case, it can be referred to the summary above. Part of this commitment is the obligation to secure interoperability of the products with non-OEM cartridges. The admissible appeal of Defendants has been rejected by the court of second instance. Hence, it can be considered neither as a direct nor as an indirect FRAND declaration and the Huawei obligations do not apply in the present case.
Although the court voiced some doubts over whether a distinction between transitional and non-transitional cases is permitted and whether, in transitional cases, reliance of a SEP proprietor on the Orange Book standard of conduct is worthy of protection, it did not consider the result reached by the lower court as manifestly erroneous. Since the SEP proprietor has the option to withdraw its action, to perform its Huawei obligations and to re-file the claim afterwards, it seems overly formalistic to deny the option to perform the Huawei obligations within the ongoing trial.
Among a number of further reasons  for its position the court stressed that the ECJ intended the Huawei framework to be fact-sensitive. The fact that proceedings have been initiated by Claimant does not alter the Huawei requirements and Defendant will particularly not be granted more time to comply with its respective obligations.
In consequence, Claimant was, in the present case, not obliged to submit a FRAND licensing offer at all since Defendant had failed to signal willingness to license. Hence, the court considered it as irrelevant under the present circumstances—and as a completely open question in general—whether a SEP proprietor is obliged, before bringing an action for prohibitory injunction against the supplier of a standard-implementing device, to cumulatively submit a FRAND licensing offer not only to the supplier but also to the producer of said device.
The Defendant appealed this judgement. The Claimant explained its calculation in a statement to the court that was produced in two versions. In the second version, which was presented to the Defendant and a third party that had joined the proceedings Intervenerthe respective sections and evidence were redacted. The Defendant objected this request. In its first decision dated 14th Decemberthe court rejected the application with respect to both the Defendant and the Intervener. Instead, the court encouraged the parties to enter into a Non-Disclosure Agreement NDA reinforced by a contractual penalty, in case confidentiality was breached.
This decision was consequently modified by a further decision rendered by the court on 17th January