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H.E. Dasho Rinzin Dorji, Hon. Secretary for the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, Bhutan

Regional Consultation on mainstreaming biodiversity across agricultural sectors. July 17-19, 2019, Bangkok, Thailand
Duration:2:00
Producer:FAO
Year:2019
Language:English

Regional Consultation on mainstreaming biodiversity across sectors: H.E. Ambassador Mohammad Hossein Emadi, Permanent Representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to FAO

Duration:2:00
Producer:FAO
Year:2019
Language:English

Regional Consultation on mainstreaming biodiversity across sectors: H.E. Chea Sam Ang, Undersecretary of State, Ministry of Environment of Cambodia

Duration:2:00
Producer:FAO
Year:2019
Language:Engllish

Response to rumours on African Swine Fever (ASF) treatment in Viet Nam

Pawin Padungtod, FAO ECTAD Senior Technical Coordinator, explains that the current rumours on fermented distiller’s grains can improve health of ASF infected pigs and probiotic can prevent ASF infection are not true. Presently there is no effective vaccine against the virus and laboratory confirmed infected pigs has to be culled to prevent further spread of the disease. At the same time, he emphasizes that throwing death pigs into rivers will spread the virus in the environment. The video was produced as part of ASF risk communication efforts by the Emergency Centre for Transboundary Animal Diseases in Viet Nam.  
Duration:1.46
Producer:
Year:2019
Language:en

Progress in Designing and Planning of a National Forest Inventory in Myanmar

Under the framework of the UN-REDD Programme in Myanmar,FAO has been supporting the Forest Department in developing a new National Forest Inventory (NFI) as an important component of its enhanced National Forest Monitoring System . FAO’s expertise globally and in the region in implementing NFIs helped the country to set up an NFI approach which is objective driven and user-oriented taking into account key information needs of relevant stakeholders as well as the increasing monitoring and reporting requirements on forests at international level. An effective field methodology was developed in 2018 which is the basis for the training and field testing carried out between February and April 2019. In this video training participants and experts share their views on the NFI in Myanmar and talk about the crucial role of the availability of robust forest information in ensuring sound forest policy planning and evaluation for sustainable forest use as well as responding to international monitoring needs in the context of Climate Change and REDD+.
Duration:4.28'
Year:2019
Language:en

Control of Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR) in rural Pakistan

Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR) has severe negative socio-economic impacts on the income of livestock farmers and, in particular, the livelihoods and food security of the most vulnerable rural communities, especially of women. FAO, with support from UKAID, is providing high quality vaccines to the district livestock department in Tharparkar district of Pakistan with an aim to develop lifelong immunity in small ruminants against PPR
Producer:FAO Pakistan
Year:2019
Language:en

Building Disaster Resilience in Pakistan

In Pakistan, agriculture is one of the sectors that is most affected by natural disasters. Under the UKAID supported Building Disaster Resilience in Pakistan (BDRP) programme, FAO together with partners is working to improve resilience of crisis-affected communities through risk assessment, planning, mitigation, preparedness measures and emergency response.  
Duration:2.3
Producer:FAO Pakistan
Year:2019

Sustainable Land Management in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is one of the most densely populated country in the world with rich soil and plant resources. The country also highly vulnerable to climate change. Growing population is putting extreme pressure on natural resources of Bangladesh and exhausting the sustainability. Despite of the constraints, the agricultural production has more than tripled in the last two decades. But this growth has come at a high cost of land degradation. Ecosystem functioning, biodiversity, water resources, and carbon emissions are also influenced. Sustainable Land Management (SLM) practice is crucial to stop and reverse these trends.  SLM is the set of practices aimed at the wise use of soil, water and vegetation resources to meet human needs while ensuring long-term productivity. Farmers and both government and non-government organizations are beginning to practice “SLM” to ensure efficient use of natural resources that eventually will lead towards sustainable development.
Duration:3.5
Year:2019
Language:en

Climate Change

In Asia and the Pacific, FAO and partners are working with governments and research institutes to help equip farmers with the tools and knowledge they need to adapt to climate change. This short video examines a variety of techniques and hears from the beneficiaries – both the farmers themselves and government experts – in three countries, India, Indonesia and Nepal. This is one in a series of short videos: FAO IN ASIA AND THE PACIFIC – WORKING TO ERADICATE HUNGER, MALNUTRITION AND POVERTY
Duration:4.24"
Producer:RAP
Year:2018
Language:English

The 34th Session of the Regional Conference for Asia and the Pacific convened its Ministerial segment in Nadi, Fiji 12 April 2018

FAO Director-General Jose Graziano da Silva joined the session which focused on issues related to climate change and agriculture, hunger alongside growing problems of obesity and issues facing small island developing states.
Duration:6.48'
Producer:FAO RAP
Year:2018
Language:English