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Innovation at FAO

FAO believes that innovation is the central driving force for achieving a world free from hunger and malnutrition. Discover more.

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It invades. It infests. It consumes.

Fall Armyworm seriously damages crops affecting food security and livelihoods of millions of people. Learn about FAO response to this global threat.

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Desert locust crisis in East Africa

Read the latest updates on Desert Locust outbreak in the region and learn about FAO's role in locust control.

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Innovating for our future of food and agriculture

Examples of how rural smallholders can scale up successful techniques in areas such as forecasting, pest control, farm credit and new marketable crops.

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From the DG
FAO and WWF agree on need for more science-based solutions to tackle agricultural and environmental challenges

FAO Director-General QU Dongyu met with WWF’s Director-General Marco Lambertini to discuss issues ranging from biodiversity, climate change, agriculture to food systems.

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FAO strategy on mainstreaming biodiversity across agricultural sectors

Achieving food security and nutrition for all depends on biodiversity, which generates multiple livelihood benefits. Learn more.

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Digital Agriculture

Innovating for our future of food and agriculture

Examples of how rural smallholders can scale up successful techniques in areas such as forecasting, pest control, farm credit and new marketable crops, underscoring how...

One strange fish and three cheers for biodiversity

Stories

One strange fish and three cheers for biodiversity

Conservation, development and profitability in Indonesia

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Mexico
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Peru

Andean Agriculture, Peru, 2011

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Algeria
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Tunisia
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United Arab Emirates
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Egypt

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