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25 January 2018

Last year, Ashmita Thapa’s husband left their hometown in southern Nepal to find work in Saudi Arabia. He had been working as a farmer and used to be able to grow enough food for the family.

But now, Ashmita explains, the...

Rome/Berlin - The livestock sector is a mainstay for food security and rural livelihoods and the international community must work together to make sure it achieves its potential contribution to sustainable development, FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva said today.FAO estimates...

Tilapia plays an important role in food security and nutrition in the Philippines. At less than USD 2.50 per kilogram, it is a more affordable source of animal protein than pork, chicken and other fishery products. Tilapia is the most...

The GACSA Annual Forum brought together over 200 participants to share evidence and experiences related to Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA) and how CSA solutions can be scaled up, at FAO Headquarters in Rome from 12-14 December 2017. 

The 2017...

On International Migrants Day, here are six facts that might change the way you look at migration, and help you better understand the link between migration and agriculture.

1. People are on the move but mostly within their own countries

In 2017,...

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