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Сильно пострадал урожай риса, 13 миллионов человек под угрозой

23 сентября 2013, Рим - На Мадагаскаре начинается кампания против нашествия саранчи, которая угрожает продовольственной безопасности и системам жизнеобеспечения 13 миллионов человек или почти 60% островного населения.

На этой неделе состоится исследование с воздуха для определения и нанесения на карту областей, требующих применения пестицидов. Параллельно с этим продолжатся и наземные исследования, проводимые раз в месяц начиная с февраля 2013 года. Уже началась закупка пестицидов, средств передвижения и оборудования

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FAO Director-General addresses High Level Event in New York

September 23: A hunger-free world is possible "within our lifetimes" if current development partnerships can be strengthened and expanded, declared FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva on Monday at the MDG Success: Accelerating Action and Partnering for Impact high-level forum at UN Headquarters in New York.

Hosted by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, the forum aims to accelerate action on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by highlighting successful development partnerships and

Director-General in New York to promote importance of partnerships

23 September 2013, Rome, Italy – FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva is in New York this week for the opening of the 68th UN General Assembly with the message that real change in society – especially the end of hunger – only occurs when many social actors join forces.

In addition to talks with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and bilateral meetings, the Director-General is expected to participate

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New private sector partnership with Dutch bank will benefit farmers in Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania
20 September 2013, Rome - The Rabobank Foundation and FAO will share knowledge, innovation and financial resources in a broad strategy to make a difference in the lives of small-holder farmers and the rural poor in Africa.

An agreement signed at FAO headquarters sets out how the organizations will work together on development projects in Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania. The projects will improve the income of
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Agreement covers knowledge exchange, resilience, women’s leadership support and poverty measurement
17 September 2013, Rome - Grameen Foundation and FAO will work closely to enhance small-holder farmer access to knowledge and technologies for sustainable production and food security through the use of mobile agriculture supported services.

The two organizations have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) also aimed at improving farming innovation exchange, strengthening small-holder households to gain better access to agricultural and rural financial services