FAO in Ghana
Using insights on data on the dynamics and patterns of animal disease  Data on mapping disease and risk factor are substantial to allow veterinary and public health services to understand the patterns of disease spread and can provide efficient response to disease emergencies. These were the findings in a recent event focusing...
FAO celebrates World Food Day and highlights the role of all sectors to Zero Hunger With the goal of achieving Zero Hunger by 2030, the FAO Regional Office for Africa and FAO Ghana Country Office are joining hands with different stakeholders to celebrate World Food Day with a series of events...
FAO and partners highlight productive investment in this sector Women and youth occupy a crucial role in agricultural production and when given access to inputs, finance, and markets, have huge potential in the development of agri-businesses and agro-industries. The declaration came from the recent meeting in Ghana where stakeholders including the Food...
Through the Tripartite Operational Tool to conduct Joint Risk Assessment (JRA), Ghana’s health system will be reinforced in a One Health Approach Zoonotic diseases are transmitted between animals and humans and account for more than three-quarters of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases. These infectious diseases often pose a threat to public...
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) with funding from the Japan Government has launched a project designed to provide support to the government of  Ghana’s efforts to reclaim mine degraded cocoa landscapes. Illegal smale-scale mining also known as Galamsey in Ghana has resulted in the destruction of...
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