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Nepal: creating food security (TeleFood 1997)Ref.:1997/02
Duration: 5' 41"  Location: Nepal
Producer: FAO Information Division
Year: 1997
Languages:English

The Tonle Sap in CambodiaRef.:1997/03
Duration: 3' 32"  Location: Cambodia
Producer: -
Year: 1997
Languages:English

Special programme for food security in CambodiaRef.:1996/01
Duration: 10' 15"  Location: Cambodia
Producer: FAO and TVK
Year: 1996
Languages:English

Thai King gets Agricola medal from FAO - Thai TV broadcast of the event Ref.:1996/02
Duration: 6' 37"  Location: Thailand
Producer: Thai TV
Year: 1996
Languages:Thai

Dream of better fruits: path to a brighter future by grafting techniques - Part 1Ref.:1995/01
Duration: 10' 30"  Location: China,Japan
Producer: Asia/Pacific Center for UNESCO ACCU with UNESCO PROAP
Year: 1995
Languages:English

Dream of better fruits: path to a brighter future by grafting techniques - Part 2Ref.:1995/02
Duration: 8' 30"  Location: China,Japan
Producer: Asia/Pacific Center for UNESCO ACCU with UNESCO PROAP
Year: 1995
Languages:English

The Farmer KingRef.:1995/03
Duration: 13' 00"  Location: Thailand
Producer: Pacific Intercommunication and the Thai Ministry of Agriculture
Year: 1995
Languages:English

Multi-stakeholder Action for Sustainable Dairy: The East Africa Dairy Development (EADD) Project’s Experience By Saeed BancieRef.:

Multi-stakeholder Action for Sustainable Dairy: The East Africa Dairy Development  (EADD) Project’s Experience By Saeed Bancie, Regional Director-East Africa. Heifer International, Little Rock, USA. Presentation at Dairy Asia: Towards Sustainability, Bangkok, May 21-23, 2014

Duration: 9.57'  Location: Asia Subregion,Pacific Subregion
Producer: FAO RAP
Year: -
Languages:English

PTV Report EU Food Facility Project Pakistan Ref.:

PTV Report EU Food Facility Project Pakistan ( Malik Imran Shahid)

Duration: 5.31'  Location: Pakistan
Producer: -
Year: -
Languages:English

FAO in PakistanRef.:

As the UN agency that helps build the capacity of poor countries to expand their agricultural sectors and defeat hunger, FAO is present in 130 countries. In this series on its field work, check out the reality on the ground and what type of development assistance really works.

Duration: 4.11'  Location: Pakistan
Producer: -
Year: -
Languages:English

FAO and the EU Food facility in PakistanRef.:

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization is working together with the EU Food Facility and World Food Programme on a €40 million initiative in Pakistan. Almost 100,000 farmers have already received good quality wheat and vegetable seeds, as well as fertilizer, in time for the November planting season. With millions of vulnerable people expected to benefit from increased agricultural productivity, a reduction in hunger and poverty will contribute to a better and more peaceful future.

Duration: 3.51'  Location: Pakistan
Producer: -
Year: -
Languages:English

FAO in CambodiaRef.:
Duration: 3.24'  Location: Cambodia
Producer: -
Year: -
Languages:English

A season of change - CambodiaRef.:

A Season of Change is a mini-film documentary elaborating the FAO EU Food Facility Project activities in Cambodia including complementary feeding practices, high-yield-rice production, home vegetable gardening by linking with technical training to each activity. The film also illustrates the project support in irrigation scheme to ensure that Cambodian farmers could access to water and that they can cultivate at least twice a year.

The FAO European Union Food Facility Project entitled "Improve the food security of farming families affected by volatile food prices" funded by European Union aims at reducing the effects of volatile food prices through the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). The project focuses on sustainable increase in productivity, improved access to agricultural inputs and services, diversification in production and consumption, improved feeding family feeding practices and resource management.

Duration: 5.31'  Location: Cambodia
Producer: -
Year: -
Languages:English

Fishing for future - CambodiaRef.:

Fishing for the Future is a short film documentary elaborating one of components of the FAO European Union (EU) Food Facility Project activities in Cambodia. The film captures own-family-fish-pond culture which the project has been supported through provision of fingerlings, prawn larvae, lime and training to Cambodian farmers. The film also features community fish refuge ponds which the project supports through rehabilitation and committee set up and training.

The FAO European Union Food Facility Project entitled "Improve the food security of farming families affected by volatile food prices", funded by the European Union, aims at reducing the effects of volatile food prices through the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). The project focuses on sustainable increase in productivity, improved access to agricultural inputs and services, diversification in production and consumption, improved feeding family feeding practices and resources management.

Duration: 4.53'  Location: Cambodia
Producer: -
Year: -
Languages:English

FAO in Nepal - documentary version (part 1/2)Ref.:

Nepal, with a population of 29 million people, is the poorest country in South Asia and ranks as the twelfth poorest country in the world. Malnutrition levels are alarming and the majority of the citizens have to depend on agriculture for their survival. In response to the poverty, the global food price crisis and the lack of agricultural investment, the European Union established the European Union Food Facility programme (EUFF). Under this programme, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), has overall objectives to prevent immediate hunger, boost agriculture and improve food security. In Nepal, around 106000 extremely vulnerable households are supported in ten districts.

Duration: 11.01'  Location: Nepal
Producer: FAO Nepal
Year: -
Languages:Nepalese

FAO in Viet NamRef.:

As the UN agency that helps build the capacity of poor countries to expand their agricultural sectors and defeat hunger, FAO is present in 130 countries. In this series on its field work, check out the reality on the ground and what type of development assistance really works.

Duration: 3.37'  Location: Viet Nam
Producer: -
Year: -
Languages:English

DDG Operations of FAO visits Channel i, BangladeshRef.:

Mr. Manoj Juneja, DDG, Operations of FAO came to Bangladesh for a short visit. During his stay, he went to see some projects of FAO at the southern part of Bangladesh, that is Barisal and Barguna, specially on food security and nutrition.

Shykh Seraj, the development journalist, agriculture development activist and renowned media personality of Bangladesh, interviewed Mr. Juneja on 19th of November, 2011. The interview was later broadcasted on Channel i on 21st of November, 2011.

Duration: 17.32'  Location: Bangladesh
Producer: -
Year: -
Languages:English

Pakistan: flood - from disaster to reconstructionRef.:

Food and Agriculture Organization Of United Nation flood relief Project on food facilty and Animal Feed.

Duration: 5.15  Location: Pakistan
Producer: -
Year: -
Languages:English

Indonesian singer and FAO Goodwill Ambassador Anggun supports the International Year of Forests Ref.:

Anggun, FAO Goodwill Ambassador, Indonesia, explains the fact that the International Year of Forests -- 2011 provides an excellent opportunity to raise awareness on the importance of forests for people and communities, and the urgent need to reduce deforestation and protect forests in Indonesia.

Duration: 0.45'  Location: Indonesia
Producer: -
Year: -
Languages:English

FAO Representative in India Dr Gavin Wall speaks to Dr Keith Sumption, FAO FMD ExpertRef.:

Keith Sumption , FAO FMD Expert and Secretary, European Commission for Control of Foot-and-Mouth Disease speaks to Gavin Wall, FAO, India Representative about the long-term challenges in eradicating Foot-and-Mouth disease. He tells us how FMD was successfully controlled in Europe over the last 50 years. Dr Sumption explains why FMD has been so difficult to eradicate, compared to for instance Rinderpest, and the specific difficulties faced by poorer countries with regard to vaccination programmes and long-term planning. In South Asia, he stresses the need for a large programme to tackle the impact of FMD given the scale and number of livestock in the region.

Duration: 10.02'  Location: Asia Subregion
Producer: -
Year: -
Languages:English