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Rebuilding farming livelihoods in Pakistan’s FATA

FAO supports farmers in Pakistan to rebuild their agricultural livelihoods
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Making resilience a part of the new normal in agricultural livelihoods in the Philippines

FAO helps rehabilitate agricultural livelihoods in disaster-hit communities
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Supporting Syrian farmers to continue their cereal crop production

FAO strengthens the livelihoods and resilience of conflict-affected Syrian farmers
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Harnessing the talent of rural youth in Guatemala

FAO is supporting young entrepreneurs in rural Guatemala

Aligned with FAO’s mission to achieve food security for all, the In Action section features success stories covering the work carried out by the Organization around the world. It showcases examples of how FAO, working with national and international partners and donors, is supporting communities, families and individuals to improve their food security and livelihoods.

Stories are current and updated on a regular basis.

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The Codex Committee on Food Hygiene suggested a mentoring programme to break complex issues into more comprehensible elements.
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Tanzania now has a depth of baseline information it can use to improve forest management thanks to a new forest survey.
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An estimated 300 000 Zimbabwe farmers have adopted conservation agriculture.
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Participants produced 106 tonnes of poultry meat and 21 million eggs, some for family consumption but most for sale, boosting income.
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Haitian women are using song and theatre to promote healthy eating habits learned in FAO community garden project.
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Approval of the Guidelines is recognized as an enormous step forward in setting fair standards for tenure in all countries.

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