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The Government of Benin has allotted US$47 million to feed 400,000 children over the course of five years in partnership with WFP, using a home-grown school meals model.
The whole idea of Durham was to bring through home-grown players and we've done that really successfully.
Other topics on the agenda include women in sport, innovation, emerging sports and markets, the importance of home-grown events - with examples from Dubai itself - and how host cities can leverage events to drive tourism.
The first venue to be part of Project Canvas opened within Nawwara Lifestyle Choices, a home-grown concept at the JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, earlier in June.
Dyke wants to increase the minimum number of home-grown players in club squads from eight to 12, but he is facing opposition from the Premier League.
We are at eight out of 25 and we see it is not really as great as it should be so whatever move in favour of increasing home-grown players is something we can only support.
The 232 players submitted in Premier League first-team squads - and who qualify as home-grown because they were registered with their clubs for at least three years before the age of 21 - includes 43 who are non-British or Irish.
Top marketing research firm YouGov's first ever Home-Grown Annual BrandIndex Rankings, which exclusively focus on brands born out of the UAE, showcase the top 10 brands with the highest Buzz scores over the last 12 months.
A new Angus Reid Institute poll reveals that around two-thirds of people in Canada believe that home-grown terrorism is a grave issue.
1million, plus PS400,000 in home-grown player credits.
MANCHESTER City's plans for next season's Champions League campaign have received a boost after it was confirmed the club will only need to name five rather than eight home-grown players in their reduced 21-man squad.
City have been forced to offer keeper Richard Wright, 36, a one-year extension as with Joleon Lescott and Gareth Barry both released, City are facing a tough challenge to fill their home-grown quota.