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Agriculture has a large role to play in reducing poverty in The Gambia. 30 percent of the country’s GDP comes from agriculture. It is the second largest sector in the economy and employs about 44 percent of the country’s active...

Bangladesh is moving forward with an investment plan – the world’s first – that would see USD 7 billion targeted to tackle the national effects of climate change and improve the health of the country’s environment and forests over the...

Rome/Paris - France and FAO renewed  the blueprint for their collaboration, putting climate change, sustainable agriculture, the eradication of hunger, rural development and efficient use of natural resources at the center of their joint strategic actions in coming years.

On the sidelines...

Rome – Some 60 countries and over 200 civil society organizations pledged today on International Mountain Day to strengthen mountain people’s and their environments’ resilience in the face of rising climate change, hunger and migration, and ensure sustainable mountain development is...

Rome - Marking World Soil Day, FAO today has launched the most comprehensive global map to date showing the amount of carbon stocks in the soil.Soil organic matter, with carbon as its main component, is crucial to soil health and...

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