The European Union and FAO are working together to strengthen food security in Angola by boosting its veterinary services.
The project has enabled women’s groups to access irrigable and fertile land and farm it in their own names.
In addition to boosting income, farmers who maintain GIAHS can leverage increased recognition to safeguard their way of life.
Since 2011, FAO with the support of AusAid, USAID and WSPA has been assisting the Government of Indonesia to rapidly control the deadly rabies virus on island of Bali through an innovative strategy centered on comprehensive mass dog vaccination.
FAO’s emergency response to Typhoon Haiyan ensured that affected rice farmers could plant in time for the December/January planting season, avoiding a potentially devastating food crisis
Household income across Ethiopia rose by €38.1 million as a result of rinderpest control and eradication.