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FAO project helps seaweed farmers regain livelihoods after Typhoon
Qualitative global nutrition indicator helps Tajikistan monitor household diets and improve national nutrition
New methodology helps improve livelihood of herders and build resilience to climate change
FAO projects help revitalize crop and livestock production and create jobs by stimulating growth
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The entire global commercial banana industry relies on one sweet, seedless banana variety, the Cavendish.
Tea plants battle a host of enemies – fungus, bacteria and insects such as butterflies, moths, scale and nematodes.
With air circulation, the rack system reduces fish drying time from three days to eight hours.
Family health has improved because of availability of milk and average incomes have quadrupled.
EU Food Facility emergency aid helped tens of millions of the world’s most vulnerable survive the crisis.

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