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FAO/IAEA project successfully integrates insect birth control technique for thriving livestock sector
FAO project teaches caregivers how to prepare nutritious meals using locally available foods
FAO project helps seaweed farmers regain livelihoods after Typhoon
Qualitative global nutrition indicator helps Tajikistan monitor household diets and improve national nutrition
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Household income across Ethiopia rose by €38.1 million as a result of rinderpest control and eradication.
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.
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.

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