A global spatial database of subnational agricultural land-use statistics.
AQUASTAT is FAO's global information system of water and agriculture developed by the Land and Water Development Division of FAO. AQUASTAT provides users with comprehensive information on the state of agricultural water management across the world, with emphasis on developing countries and countries in transition.
A national statistical information system for food and agriculture. CountrySTAT harmonizes and integrates data on food and agriculture coming from different sources. Through a core database, policy makers and researchers can group data across thematic areas - such as production, trade and consumption - in order to study relationships and processes.
FAOSTAT, the FAO statistical database, is an on-line multilingual database currently containing time-series records from over 210 countries and territories covering agriculture, nutrition, fisheries, forestry and food aid.
Provides statistics on crops, livestock, irrigation, land use, fertilizer, pesticide consumption, and agricultural machinery.
Provides statistics on imports and exports of woods and paper.
The FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Department provides advice and objective information to Members to help promote responsible aquaculture and fisheries. To fulfil this role the Department compiles, analyses and disseminates fishery data, structured within data collections.
Database containing information on the distribution of world forests in English, French, Arabic and Spanish.
The Global Livestock Production and Health Atlas (GLiPHA), is a user-friendly, highly interactive electronic atlas using the Key Indicator Display System (KIDS) developed by FAO. The atlas provides a scaleable overview of spatial and temporal variation of quantitative information related to animal production and health through the combination of maps, tables and charts.
The global strategy provides a vision for national and international statistical systems to produce the basic data and information to guide decision-making.
The PAAT secretariat combines the forces of FAO, WHO, IAEA, and OAU/IBAR to promote integrated trypanosomiasis control through coordinated international action. The ultimate goal is to improve food security and sustainable agricultural and rural development.
TERRASTAT houses databases containing information on major soil constraints, soil in deserts and dryland areas, population distribution, steeplands analysis, land degradation severity and human-induced land degradation due to agricultural activities.