Arquivo de Notícias
Brasília, 5 de janeiro de 2015 – O diretor-geral da FAO, José Graziano da Silva foi uma das autoridades presentes na cerimônia de posse do segundo mandato da presidenta do Brasil, Dilma Rousseff. Durante os cumprimentos, a presidenta agradeceu ao diretor-geral o apoio da Organização das Nações Unidas para a Alimentação e Agricultura (FAO) na luta contra a fome no país. Dilma Rousseff também reafirmou o compromisso do Brasil
31 December, 2014 Rome - Brazil has added $17 million in funding to projects undertaken in its ongoing partnership with FAO, highlighting the Latin American country's role as a key regional and global contributor to the fight against hunger.
The decisions, added to ongoing projects has increased the portfolio of Brazil-funded projects through FAO to over $100 million. The latest projects approved during the month of
2014 was the International Year of Family Farming, and throughout the year FAO worked with our partners to keep the spotlight pinned on this critical player in the global food, nutrition and agriculture arena.
According to the 2014 edition of our annual State of Food and Agriculture report — which focused on the needs
15 December 2014, Marrakech – FAO’s Director General José Graziano da Silva has visited a project aimed at boosting the production of olives and olive-oil in Morocco. During the visit he met local officials and farmers to discuss some of the challenges facing their agricultural sector.
Situated near Marrakech, the project has applied the approach developed by FAO in this region in 2005 to support the Rain-fed Rural Development Programme
"Many developing countries face similar challenges in food security and agricultural and rural development, and in many cases, the geographic, climatic,