3 October 2014, Rome – Sudan has a key role in the battle to curb and combat animal diseases due to its strategic location, Faisal Hassan Ibrahim, Sudan’s Minister for Livestock, Fisheries and Rangelands, said today after a meeting withFAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva on the sidelines of FAO’s Committee of Agriculture (COAG).
The Minister noted that the fact that Sudan neighbours with seven other African countries makes control and
3 October 2014, Rome - FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva José Graziano met Gambia’s Minister of Agriculture at the sidelines of FAO’s Committee of Agriculture (COAG) which ends today.
The FAO chief praised Gambia for having achieved the Millennium Development Goal 1 hunger target of halving the proportion of hungry people by 2015. Gambia has reduced the prevalence of undernourishment from 13.3 percent in 1990-92, to 6.0 percent in 2012-14.
1 October 2014, Rome - FAO Director-General Graziano da Silva today met with Kazakhstan’s Minister for Agriculture, Assylzhan Mamytbekov, on the sidelines of the 24th session of the Committee of Agriculture (COAG) of the Food and Agriculture Organization held in Rome this week.
Da Silva thanked the Minister for his proposal to jointly organize a special Conference on Food Security at the next Astana Economic Forum, to be held in
2 Octubre 2014, Roma – La Viceministra de Economía del Ministerio de Agricultura de Cuba, Moraima Céspedes, ha reiterado hoy la disposición de las autoridades cubanas para contribuir a la formación y el desarrollo de capacidades en materia agrícola “de todos aquellos países que así lo requieran”, durante un encuentro con el Director General de la FAO mantenido hoy en la sede de la organización en Roma.
Graziano da Silva
1 October 2014, Rome - Ebola outbreak is going to severely impact food security, the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Security of Sierra Leone, Joseph Sam Sesay, said today after a meeting with FAO Director-General, calling for support to help restoring the agricultural sector.
The outbreak of the Ebola virus disease has severely affected Sierra Leone and the neighboring countries Guinea and Liberia, resulting resulting in thousands of deaths