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Santiago de Chile

Chile creates an Office for Sustainable Project Management


The Government intends to streamline the Environmental Assessment Service (SEA) and reduce all obstacles and excessive bureaucracy involved in promoting investments.

Women loading timber in the Peruvian Amazon

Peru is committed to restoring 3.2 million hectares of degraded forest land


According to the Minister of Agriculture, Peru has 73 million hectares of forests, which accounts for more than 56% of the national territory.

Image of the Galapagos Islands

Imports of yogurt restricted in the Galapagos Islands


This is intended to generate alternatives to the livestock sector, boosting the archipelago's internal economy.

Harvest in La Pampa, Argentina

Return of rains and better prices would lead to a record wheat harvest in Argentina


Planting wheat could increase by 9%, bringing production to 20 million tons, according to USDA technicians.

Pineapple plant

Starting today, Colombian farmers can export pineapple to Argentina


After four years of efforts to increase exports of fresh Colombian fruits to the Argentine market, an agreement has been signed.

Throwing out food

Mexico wastes 20 million tons of food per year


The Mexican government, through Semarnat, is collaborating with a work group to design guidelines to counteract this problem, with support from the World Bank and WRAP.

Puerto de Balboa in Panama

Panama shows interest in cooperation with India through agriculture and innovation partnerships


This interest was stated after a recent visit of Indian Vice President Muppavarapu Venkaiah Naidu to the Central American country.

French Fries

The World Health Organization wants trans fats gone from the global food supply


“It’s a crisis level, and it’s major front in our fight now,” said WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus

WFP biscuits in Haiti

€2 Million Donation to Fund World Food Programme Blockchain Project


"Belgium lauds the efforts of the WFP to come up with innovative solutions to save more lives and help more people in need."

Worker at wastewater treatment facility

Ibero-American Alliance for effective water management


The 2nd "Forum of the Future in Spanish in Murcia," Spain, addresses future challenges in the water sector in Spain and the Americas.