Breakfast for many of us in the UK and Europe means a bowl of cereal soaked in milk; Cornflakes, Weetabix, Rice Crispies or oats in the form of porridge to name but a few. But in much of the Middle East, the day starts with 'ful' (pronounced 'fool'), a dish made from cooked faba beans (small broad beans) flavoured with cumin seed and garnished with an assortment of condiments, including olive oil, salt, pepper, lime juice, crumbled hard-boiled egg and chopped chillies.
CICILS-IPTIC (to be called the Global Pulse Confederation) is soliciting proposals from qualified suppliers to support CICILS-IPTIC work in preparation for the 2016 International Year of Pulses.
Attached are three RFPs for:
Messaging on Pulse Sustainability
Productivity Publication Plan
Pulse Productivity Baseline
The previously issued RFP for the
The purpose of these RFPs is to select a supplier for projects to begin in 2015. More information can be found in the documents.
CICILS-IPTIC reserves the right to reject any or all proposals, as well as to accept the proposal which will be to the best advantage, as determined at the sole discretion of the Global Pulse Confederation.
HarvestPlus has brought together Rwanda's top musicians to create a song to promote the advantages of including beans in your diet, and they have uploaded the music video onto youtube! Check it out here.