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Talks on joint cooperation

13 February 2018, Rome - FAO Director-General today met Congo's Agriculture Minister Georges Kazadi Kabongo at FAO headquarters in Rome. 

Graziano da Silva: FAO’s focus is on saving lives through saving rural livelihoods

14 February 2018, Rome – FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva today reiterated the UN agency’s support for the people in conflict-ridden Yemen where FAO is focusing on the need to save lives by saving rural livelihoods.

 

Graziano da Silva stressed that FAO intends to continue with its work in Yemen where food security remains a priority, despite the difficulties faced. 

 

“We (FAO) never left Yemen and we never will,” Graziano

Graziano da Silva reiterates support to Pacific island states

12 February 2018, Rome - FAO Director-General today thanked Kiribati for its ongoing collaboration in various joint projects, which include FAO-led disaster relief after last year's cyclone, and a pending proposal for the Global Environment Facility. 

In a meeting with the country's Minister for the Environment, Lands and Agricultural Development, Graziano da Silva made a special point of offering his condolences to the people of Kiribati for the recent tragedy in

Discussions on bilateral cooperation

12 February 2018, Rome - FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva today met Ecuador's Agriculture and Livestock Minister at FAO Headquarters in Rome.

Both principals discussed FAO's support to the country's "Gran Minga Agropecuaria" national project and its participation in FAO's AGRISurvey system of integrated agricultural censuses and surveys. 

 

Photo: ©FAO/Giuseppe Carotenuto
Internet de las Cosas y Big Data para mejorar el acceso a información relacionada con el clima y la gestión del agua en el Corredor Seco Centroamericano
12 de febrero de 2017, Roma – La FAO y la española Telefónica, una de las mayores empresas de telecomunicaciones del mundo, han acordado utilizar las tecnologías digitales a favor del desarrollo de la agricultura, la seguridad alimentaria y la nutrición y, en concreto, para preparar y fortalecer a los agricultores de los países en desarrollo frente a los fenómenos meteorológicos extremos relacionados con el cambio climático. 
 
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