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In last few decades, land degradation became an alarming issue for Bangladesh with impacts on land and water resources, productivity and food security as well as biodiversity and greenhouse gas emissions. To address the national and local land degradation issue, the FAO project GCP/GLO/337/GFF “Decision support for mainstreaming and scaling...
The GoB-USAID-EU-FAO Meeting the Undernutrition Challenge (MUCH) project organised, in collaboration with the Institute of Nutrition, Mahidol University (INMU), a specialised training course on “Incorporation of nutrition in food systems: applications in policies and programmes with specific reference to Bangladesh” in Thailand on 15-28 November 2018. The training course was attended...
Moving from project to program at the national level is never a small task, but FAO recently supported two important workshops towards this goal. The workshops addressed the institutionalisation of the greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory and Bangladesh forest inventory (BFI). The institutionalisation of these programs is fundamental to ensure their...
National ownership and sustainability of forest monitoring depend on institutional capacities to meet the forest information needs of users. This requires continuous strengthening of human capacities in the technical fields of forest monitoring, programme management, administration and operation. In addition, forest monitoring is a complex multi and trans-disciplinary process in...
Today 28th November 2018 at the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Dhaka Bangladesh, Mr Jeroen Steeghs, Head of Development Cooperation in the Embassy signed a funding agreement on ‘Strengthening of Market Linkages and Technical Capacity for Agricultural Groups to Promote Income Generation in Cox’s Bazar’ with Mr...
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