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Are You Hungry? It€™s World Food Day

Poverty and hunger go hand-in-hand. And recent report from the Food and Agriculture Organization show results that there are more than 1 billion people around the world who suffer from hunger everyday. Not only as this report is alarming but also disheartening to think that while some of us waste food on the table, a huge number of people have nothing on their plate.

And today, World Food Day is being celebrated across the globe. Rev. David Beckmann, the President of Bread for the World, recounts some important events with hunger and poverty. He relates that in 1980, 17 cents per $1 aid from developing nation is allocated for farmers living in poverty and for developing agriculture industry around the world. And twenty six years after that, the allocation has fallen to less than 4 cents. Another point that Rev. Beckmann stressed is the fast rising of the number of hungry people. His accounts show that there are over 1.02 billion people who are undernourished. Among the severely affected are children and women who are subsistence-level farmers who only depend on their small fields to feed their children.

This startling facts and agonizing situation among impoverished nations is the main concern of Rev. Beckmann’s Bread for the World Foundation. His first foreseeable solution is investing in agriculture especially in developing countries. He stresses that policies should be formulated to increase agricultural products, thus also increasing food security. It’s instability with foods and other agricultural crops that spurred riot among 30 nations. He also said that the report of FAO in State of Food Insecurity in 2009, should serve as a wake-up call to take a closer look with hunger and poverty. Another factor is the high-priced crop commodities like sorghum, wheat, corn and rice. And his offered solution is always being prepared to address price instability.

And perhaps another topic that can be of help in fighting hunger is educating the parents and the community as well with responsible parenting. Though the Church and the state have disagreements with it, it’s worth a try to educate and liberate the people.

While most of us worry about the meals to be prepared or maybe the lack of kitchen help like a Bosch mixer and other handy kitchen gadgets, take time to think of those who are suffering from hunger. And while you’re thinking about when is the next Bosch universal sale, also take time to ponder on how you can help even in littlest way. Say no to hunger!

For Tricia, the home is the best place to be.

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The 2009-2014 World Outlook for Farm Horizontal Blade-Type Stalk Shredders, Cutters, and Rotary Mowers

The 2009-2014 World Outlook for Farm Horizontal Blade-Type Stalk Shredders, Cutters, and Rotary Mowers (PTO) with 66 Inches Cutting Width or Less

This econometric study covers the world outlook for farm horizontal blade-type stalk shredders, cutters, and rotary mowers (PTO) with 66 inches cutting width or less across more than 200 countries. For each year reported, estimates are given for the latent demand, or potential industry earnings (P. I. E. ), for the country in question (in millions of U. S. dollars), the percent share the country is of the region and of the globe. These comparative benchmarks allow the reader to quic
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The 2007-2012 World Outlook for Farm Horizontal Blade-Type Stalk Shredders, Cutters, and Rotary Mowers

The 2007-2012 World Outlook for Farm Horizontal Blade-Type Stalk Shredders, Cutters, and Rotary Mowers (PTO) with over 100 Inches Cutting Width
This study focuses on the global outlook of the firm horizontal blade-type shaft grinders, cutters, and rotary mowers (PTO) with over 100 inches wide cut across more than 200 countries. For each relevant year, estimates are given for the latent demand, or earnings potential industry (PIE), for the country in question (in millions of U.S. dollars), the percent share the country's eastern region and the world. These comparative benchmarks allow the reader to quickly assess cooperation
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The 2007-2012 World Outlook for Attachments for Consumer Riding Lawn, Garden, and Snow Equipment Excluding Snow Throwers, Carts, Wagons, Dozer Blades, Rotary Tillers, and Rotary Mower Decks

The 2007-2012 World Outlook for Attachments for Consumer Riding Lawn, Garden, and Snow Equipment Excluding Snow Throwers, Carts, Wagons, Dozer Blades, Rotary Tillers, and Rotary Mower Decks
This study covers the world outlook for accessories for consumer lawn riding, garden, and exclusion of snow equipment snow blowers, carts, dozer blade, rotary harrows, rotary mowers and bridges through more than 200 countries. For each relevant year, estimates are given for the latent demand, or earnings potential industry (PIE), for the country in question (in millions of U.S. dollars), the percent share the country's eastern region and the world. These comparative ben
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The Book of Firsts: The Stories Behind the Outstanding Breakthroughs of the Modern World

The Book of Firsts: The Stories Behind the Outstanding Breakthroughs of the Modern World
This reference focuses on key moments in history when efforts have created a breakthrough. Every aspect of human invention is covered, from science to holidays, toys, cigarettes, cars to crosswords. Prime first of each subject sitting alongside "calendar" of events most relevant "first", according to the invention, illustrated by commercials that made them famous and oldest drawings for each section. It provides comprehensive portrait of changes in some of the integ
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Bosch On How To Get Ahead In The Power Tool World

When it comes to power tools Bosch is the key word. Bosch always seem to have much more choice on offer that many other manufacturers of similar tools. However, Bosch are indeed the largest manufacturer of power tools in the world, so you assume he range of tools to be very impressive. Whether you're looking for a quality jigsaw, table saw, drill sander retrieval system or dust, Bosch tools are recognized internationally as among the best in the industry.
  Following the vision articulated by its founder, Robert Bosch, Bosch Tools has continued to prosper by focusing on the manufacture of quality equipment and developing new designs. Bosch has been synonymous with power tools since the first Bosch electric hair clippers in 1928, followed by the first electro-pneumatic hammer in 1932.
  I myself have always been a fan of Bosch Equipment. As is the case for the vast majority of German technology, it really does seem to last and last. But it is not only the reliability of Bosch that I love. They always seem to run much smoother and quieter running it as many other brands of the same level.
  Bosch seems to be always a step ahead of the competition. They seem to have spent much of their search for energy in developing ways to make their tools more efficient, easier to use, light to transport and more compact for easy storage. When Bosch launch a replacement for one of the oldest machines, there is still a huge improvement over its predecessor. Some manufacturers seem just launched a new tool ever months ago to improve the old design. It seems that since the beginning Bosch engineers and technicians, not only built tools, but also developed visions and translate them into reality.
  With Bosch Lithium have capitalized on yet another, he advanced search. There are many benefits of a Lithium Ion Machine, such as maximum power and more performance without a weight penalty, and Bosch seems to have checked the whole list there.
  The study of ergonomic principles in the early 1950s and Bosch is one of the first manufacturers to use design tool ergonomic hand power tools.
  In summary
  Bosch engineering is driven by a desire to produce tools with low vibration, minimum noise level, precision, dust extraction / police, simple and easy accessory changes and the best power to weight of the tool. More simply, in any category of power tool, there's just nothing better than the Bosch brand for reliability, design and performance. Robert Bosch high reputation is cemented by virtue of their heavy power tools, their illustrious pioneer history, and the consistency of their car in branching and development of patents and how to improve current technology.

Johan Nickson is an writer for PowertoolDirect

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