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The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO, has donated veterinary Laboratory equipment and consumables worth more than seventy thousand United state Dollars to the veterinary Service directorate of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture of Ghana.  The items which include, Compound binoculars microscope, Fluorescence Microscope, Stereo Dissecting Microscope,...
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has launched an Event Mobile Application to support surveillance and reporting mechanisms in Ghana for priority animal diseases.  The mobile application initiative known as the Event Mobile Application or “EMA-i”, is an epidemiological tool aimed at enhancing early disease reporting from...
Demand on higher-value foods to shift Experts in Animal Resources in Africa in representation of the African Union, Regional Economic Communities and the FAO discussed the long-term impact of livestock on society in the coming decades. Africa will grow and transform tremendously in the next three decades. Its population will increase from...
FAO, Government of Ghana and private sector call for greater collaboration Major stakeholders in the country stressed the need for comprehensive and coherent national policy framework to create an enabling environment for sustainable agribusiness development. The national dialogue held recently in Accra promoted investment in food and agriculture and deepened the...
Championing rights and fair compensation for forest communities in Ghana Experts working to eliminate illegal logging in the Republic of the Congo (ROC) and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic gathered in Ghana to learn from its own experiences in promoting trade of legally-produced timber to the European Union.  The Ghana Forestry Commission...