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L’introduction d’ innovations technologiques adaptées aux petits agriculteurs pour une meilleure production

16 février 2016, Rome -Le Directeur général de la FAO, José Graziano da Silva, s’est entretenu aujourd’hui avec M. Papa Abdoulaye Seck, Ministre de l’agriculture et de l’équipement rural du Sénégal, en marge du symposium international sur «Le rôle des biotechnologies agricoles dans les systèmes alimentaires durables et la nutrition» qui se tient du 15 au 17 février au siège de l’Organisation, à Rome.

Dans le cadre de ses efforts

Conversación sobre cooperación Sur-Sur, desperdicios de alimentos, innovación y tecnología

16 de febrero de 2016, Roma - El Director General de la FAO, José Graziano da Silva, se reunió hoy con el Secretario de Agregado de Valor del Ministerio de Agroindustria de Argentina, Néstor Roulet, con el que conversó sobre la voluntad del país de exportar su conocimiento y tecnología a otros países, en particular en África, en el marco de los programas de Cooperación Sur-Sur.

Ambos abordaron también la problemática

Focus on joint work FAO-OIE initiatives

11 February 2016, Rome - FAO Director General José Graziano da Silva today met the newly appointed World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) Director-General, Monique Eloit, for talks that focused on ongoing joint initiatives to stem transboundary animal diseases and high impact ones that can affect human health directly.

These include the successful campaign to eradicate rinderpest, and coordinated efforts to control highly pathogenic avian influenza, Peste des Petits Ruminants and foot-and-mouth

“Conflict, hunger, slavery, denial of education, poverty and health are so intermingled, and that makes the lives of millions of people miserable”

10 February 2016, Rome – Stamping out child labour and assuring food security to mitigate or pre-empt conflict are critical steps needed in the pursuit of global sustainability goals FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva and 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Kailash Satyarthi said in a personal meeting in Rome today set up to find ways to draw more attention to possible solutions.

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FAO’s Director-General and President Lungu discuss cooperation projects and the effect of El Niño on the country’s agriculture

5 February 2016, Rome - FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva today met with the President of Zambia, Edgar Chagwa Lungu, for the first time since his appointment in January 2015, for talks that focused on joint agricultural work and the country’s development priorities.

FAO’s work programme in Zambia has been designed taking into account the country’s Seventh National Development Plan as well as the recently signed Zambia-United Nations Sustainable Development