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Faced with a rising population and changing climate, farmers learn new approaches to agribusiness
A joint effort by FAO, IFAD, and WFP is ensuring availability of high quality food and improving nutrition
An EU-FAO backed government initiative helps smallholder farmers move towards commercial agriculture
South-South Cooperation (SSC) with China helps farmers in Mongolia learn new farming techniques
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Working with community radio stations, the listeners’ clubs empower their members to become actors in their own development.
30% of the world’s forests are managed by local people – smallholders, women, forest communities and indigenous peoples.
FAO has helped lagoon communities set up 26 fishery associations and supported improvement of 9 that already existed.
Farmers who planted their fields with quality seeds doubled their yields, which provided enough beans for more than 450 000 families.
Micro-finance helps female farmers improve their livelihoods.
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