28th March 2014 Tunis, Tunisia– FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva met today with the outgoing Minister of Agriculture and Livestock, Hon Robert K.K. Sichinga, to discuss FAO-Africa cooperation in eradicating hunger, and support to Zambia’s national priorities in agriculture and food security-related issues.
Their discussion touched upon the implementation of the National Agriculture Investment Plan for which resources have been mobilised from public resources and resource partners.
Graziano da Silva
28 March 2014, Tunis, Tunisia– FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva met today with Tunisian President, Moncef Marzouki at Carthage Palace in Tunis, on the sidelines of the 28th FAO Regional Conference for Africa in the presence of the Tunisian Minister of Agriculture, Lassaad Lachaal.
Graziano da Silva congratulated President Marzouki for organizing FAO’s Regional Conference for Africa which emphasized the need to mobilize resources in the continent, for the
28 March 2014 Tunis, Tunisia – FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva met today with Botswana’s Minister of Agriculture Christian De Graaf, on the sidelines of FAO’s 28th Regional Conference for Africa in Tunis.
Minister De Graaf thanked FAO for its support to the country through a Technical Cooperation Project (TCP) and reiterated his appreciation for having Grazino da Silva heading the Organization.
He reaffirmed his support to FAO and the
27 mars 2014, Tunis — M. José Graziano da Silva, Directeur général de la FAO, a rencontré Mme Marie-Noëlle Koyara, Ministre d’Etat en charge du Développement rural de la République centrafricaine, en marge de la 28ème session de la Conférence régionale de la FAO pour l’Afrique qui s’est tenue du 24 au 28 mars à Tunis.
L’entretien a porté sur la situation d’urgence en République centrafricaine. Le Directeur général a
28 March 2014, Tunis - A unique, Africa-led fund designed to improve food security across the continent has become a reality for the first six countries slated to benefit from the initiative.
The Central African Republic, Ethiopia, Malawi, Mali, Niger and South Sudan signed agreements in Tunis with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) to receive $2 million each from the Africa Solidarity Trust Fund.
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