- published: 22 Mar 2015
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PAPUA NEW GUINEA, the market of Koki Village (outside Port Moresby): Let's go for a quick walk along the market of Koki Village, located 3 kilometers away from the capital of Papua New Guinea, the city of Port Moresby. Great cultural scenes and views from this rarely visited market!! Vic Stefanu, firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday morning - market day in New Guinea - and our pictures show a typical scene at Lae, as the produce comes in to the local Covent Garden. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/70e2d855732d4e2a8db33a412743c4f8 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
According to the 2014 Bertelsmann Transformation Index (BTI), many countries in central and western Africa are experiencing a stagnation or decline in the transformation of their market economies. In Guinea, which is largely reliant on fishing and agriculture to feed and employ the nation, the promise of democratization has been hampered by ethnic tensions and the postponement of fair elections. But that is not stifling initiative. Almost ten years ago, farmers from Samaya, west of the capital Conakry, got together to set up a cooperative. Today the organization has more than 200 members and counting. Forty new producers have applied to join since the start of the year, and the cooperative is now offering practical training on its plantations. More information: http://www.dw.de/program/glo...
http://www.TravelsWithSheila.com Finally, a chance to talk to the friendly locals. The Rabaul market is a market like any other with a few different fruits, vegetables and items to buy. Unfortunately, Rabaul is not deemed safe to walk around after dark and our L'Austral cruise ship had established a curfew for passengers and crew. Sigh...
Women represent nearly 80 per cent of Port Moresby's market vendors are. For many of them, selling vegetables is their only source of daily subsistence, and yet markets are not a safe place for them. In 2011, with support from the Spanish Agency for Development Cooperation (AECID), UN Women-Papua New Guinea Office, women’s grassroots organizations, the National Capital District Commission (NCDC) and other partners launched the Port Moresby Safe City Programme. It aims to improve market infrastructure and increase access of women market vendors to services and increase their economic empowerment. As a first catalytic result, a scoping study with local partners in the city in six marketplaces (Gerehu, Gordons, Tokarara, Malahuro, Waigani and Holola) was developed with programme stakeholde...
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Agriculture is one of the most powerful tools for reducing poverty. In Ghana, the guinea fowl industry is showing us why. The livestock, which provides nutritious, low-fat food, also has the potential to create thousands of jobs and earn export revenue. We’re working with farmers, researchers and others in the region to expand the industry and turn it into an engine of job growth. http://wrld.bg/Tdrxh #AfricaFeedsAfrica
In this video watch a seller selling super cute baby #GuineaPigs at the animal section of the Sunday Galiff Street Pet Market in Kolkata. Those little creatures were soo cute and just like a wool ball or a cotton ball. I wish I could buy one or a pair of those, but my mom seriously wont allow me to keep a pet. I am rather trying to convince her to allow me keep aquarium fishes instead. Here is a short video, part of a whole playlist dedicated to my visit at this market Galiff Street Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAbEjYyykaTMh9_er9MSzBy95vLglFi67 #GaliffStreet Pet Market is a weekly/ Sunday #petmarket that is largest in Asia and probably among the largest in the world. Sellers from all across the city and the state, and even from different parts of country come here to...
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Roasting guinea pigs at an outdoor market in Ecuador. You know those cute, cuddly, soft and fuzzy animals you buy for your kids to play with? Well, in a LOT of South American countries, they are looked at as food, like we would basically look at chickens, or pigs, or cows, whatever. From what I understand, never having eaten any myself, they taste very good, kind of a little more "gamey" flavor than chicken! But cuy are a delicacy in Ecuador, even more so in Peru. So, different strokes for different folks... right?
wallmart, safeway, wholefood
Pet market in Mumbai
Part of a trip in August 2008