Researchers use time-series data extensively to explain how the rate of technology adoption varies with time, but time-series data does not address the fundamental reasons for adoption. These three empirical methodologies describe the parts of agricultural technology adoption which must be understood if governments and NGOs are to craft their activities for optimum effect: Technology Adoption Technology is assumed to mean a new, scientifically derived, often complex input supplied to farmers by organizations with deep technical expertise.
Before going into this subject, I think it would be wise, for the benefit of this large, non-Muslim audience, to give an idea about Islam, a faith with 1.
I am sure that this explanation about our background will clarify many of the issues which we would like to raise during the talk today and will make you understand the importance and wisdom behind our Islamic Law in connection with slaughtering of animals for food.
Islam is the last, and final religion, after Judaism and Christianity. Muhammad, peace be upon him, was the last Prophet giving this message to mankind. Islam is a full, comprehensive religion and code of life which contains all the instructions for the different aspects of life - health, nutrition economic, education, science, morality etc.
Its rules and orders are permanently fixed, forever, applying to any one place at any one time. We therefore believe that religious law should not be interfered with by any authority. The two basic references for Muslim laws are: The Sunnah [sayings, actions and behavior of Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him.
The same Creator has given us the appropriate laws, especially in connection with food and diet, which will never, ever, lead to any contradiction or any suffering or ill-health.
Mercy is another characteristic of Islam: A person can go to paradise for feeding a thirsty dog! A person can go to hell for starving a cat! Health is also another characteristic embedded in all the teachings and instructions of Islam. Anything halal lawful will lead you to good health, free from disease and suffering; conversely, anything haram unlawful will inevitably lead to disease and suffering of one kind or another.
For example adultery leads to venereal diseases and other problems; homosexuality leads to AIDS, etc. Fourteen hundred years ago, Islam talked about the relationships between diet and disease by encouraging the Halal lawful diet and drink.
Allow me to establish a few basic facts in Islam, which are relevant to our subject today. It is forbidden to consume blood, in any form, and, medically, we know that blood is harmful to health.
As it contains toxins and urea, and may contain bacteria, parasites viruses new chemicals and drugs etc. Besides this, blood can lead to poisoning when still in meat to be consumed. It is also forbidden in the Old and New Testaments to cosume blood.
And the people flew upon the spoil, and took: And calves, and slew them on the ground: Then they told Saul.
Behold, the people sin against the Lord. In that they eat with the blood.
Disperse yourselves among the people, and say unto them. Bring me hither every man his ox. And every man his sheep. And slay them here, and eat:'The organic vs. conventional debate is like a fight, but this fight has been going on for much to long and it is becoming tiring.' (timberdesignmag.com) "According to public perception, organic food is the healthy option.
A time line from before writing began to the present, linked to Andrew Roberts' book Social Science History and to other resources. Conversion to Organic Farming 41 Summary of the adoption/diffusion model Rural sociologists with the intention of helping extension workers in the promotion.
Conversion to organic farming 19 Adoption of agricultural innovations 20 Policy impact on land use pattern 21 4. Conclusions and future perspectives 23 References. 26 Acknowledgements Contents.
6. thesis work made use of standard econometric tools and mathematical. Winegrowers’ motives and barriers to convert to organic farming L., Winegrowers’ motives and barriers to convert to organic farming in Pfalz and Rheinhessen, Germany. Master thesis in Sustainable Development at Uppsala University, 61 pp, 30 ECTS/hp Systembolaget plays a supporting role in the adoption of organic farming, but.
Access to extension services promotes adoption of organic cocoa technology. Access to credit positively influenced adoption of organic cocoa production with a marginal effect value of Therefore, increased and effective extension and credit services are recommended to enhance adoption of organic cocoa production.