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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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Countries set up export-import arrangements, private sector entrepreneurs invested in tropical fruit and vegetable production.
GLOBEFISH coordinates the Fish Information Network which links six regional fish market networks comprising 85 countries.
The Codex Committee on Food Hygiene suggested a mentoring programme to break complex issues into more comprehensible elements.
Tanzania now has a depth of baseline information it can use to improve forest management thanks to a new forest survey.
An estimated 300 000 Zimbabwe farmers have adopted conservation agriculture.

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