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Bangkok/Rome – The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said on Friday that it had no evidence at this stage that swine were...
06 Feb 2004
Bangkok – Despite massive efforts to stamp out the virulent avian influenza virus, the disease continues to spread in poultry producing areas in some...
04 Feb 2004
Bangkok – The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is seriously concerned about new outbreaks of bird flu in Asia. “Bird flu remains a...
02 Feb 2004
Bangkok – The success of eradication of bird flu in affected countries in Asia heavily depends on mass cullings, the UN Food and Agriculture...
30 Jan 2004
Around 25 million birds culled – international assistance neededBangkok - The spread of avian influenza from Pakistan to China may have been facilitated by...
28 Jan 2004
Bangkok - With six Asian countries affected by avian influenza, FAO appeals for concerted action by governments for averting a further spread of pathogenic...
23 Jan 2004
South Korea, Viet Nam and Japan affected – team of experts sent to Viet Nam Rome — The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)...
15 Jan 2004
Bangkok, 16 October 2003 – Today, the FAO Regional Office in Bangkok has issued awards to three outstanding farmers from the Asia-Pacific Region. The...
Thailand, 16 Oct 2003
Bangkok – Today, the FAO Regional Office in Bangkok has issued awards to three outstanding farmers from the Asia-Pacific Region. The farmers received the...
the Philippines, 16 Oct 2003
ROME - A joint Special Report on the FAO/WFP Crop and Food Supply Assessment Mission to Timor-Leste, the world’s newest independent country, was released...
04 Jun 2003