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17 October 2014, Rome - The public sector must pursue integrated rural development as the basis for modernized and commercial agriculture, former President of the Republic of Ghana John Kufuor said at FAO yesterday a meeting with its Director-General, José Graziano da Silva, yesterday. “The public sector should provide the environment for...
Conakry, 17 October 2014 – The Ministry of Agriculture, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) have initiated on 14 October 2014 a rapid assessment of the impact of the Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak on agriculture and food security. Guinea is...
16 October  2014, Rome - Nine out of ten of the world's 570 million farms are managed by families, making the family farm the predominant of agriculture, and consequently a potentially crucial agent of change in achieving sustainable food security and in eradicating hunger in the future, according to a...
15 October 2015, Lofa County, in the north-west of Liberia, bordering Guinea and Sierra Leone - On a sunny Tuesday morning in mid-September 2014, an FAO team entered the Ebola-stricken town of Foya, carefully making its way to an FAO-supported poultry production facility. “About half a dozen women beneficiaries, looking visibly...
13 October 2014, Conakry – As part of the national programme for the fight against the Ebola virus disease, and in line with other technical and financial partners, FAO has developed and financed a technical cooperation project aimed at strengthening the role of the Ministries of Livestock and Animal Production in...
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