Regional Conference adopts FAO work priorities for Asia and the Pacific to address “magnitude of challenges” in improving food security
Since 1990, Zambia has lost over 13% of its forest cover, among the highest deforestation rates in the world.
In its first two years, the FAO programme supported 36 national policies, strategies and programmes in Malawi and Tanzania.
FAO paper says high time for Asia-Pacific’s agricultural workers to become prime beneficiaries in the transition to sustainable agriculture and management of natural resources
FAO and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development collaborate on food quality projects in Serbia
Global food security largely depends on smallholder family farms where in many regions of the world women play a crucial role as both producers and providers of food.
Huge potential to improve nutrition and livelihoods
Focus on root causes and prevention needed
Food waste harms climate, water, land and biodiversity
Major cuts of GHG from livestock within reach