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Migrants are facing increased difficulties related to working, moving and sending money to their families, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This will cause 33 million more people to suffer from hunger by the end of 2021, according to a report released this Wednesday the 11th, by two United Nations agencies. [...]
Turning the recovery from COVID-19 into an opportunity for cities to become more sustainable, resilient, and provide access to healthy foods for all
Childhood obesity is now the main public health problem facing Chile. The country tops the percentages in Latin America, and is sixth on a global scale.
Achievements in rural areas are “fundamental” for the fulfillment of the sustainable development goals.
The country encourages the adoption of various quality management systems that favor the safety and quality of agri-food products.
An article by Julio Berdegué, Joaquín Lozano, Manuel Otero and Miguel Barreto, representatives of FAO, IFAD, IICA and WFP respectively.
The team of Claudia Dobles, First Lady of the Republic, announced what will be the country’s three key development goals for the future.
International cooperation organizations and the national public sector coordinate actions to revive the production of vegetable textile fiber. CIAT contributes Mandiyuti seed.
Leading agencies dedicated to the rural world call for a prioritization of rural development as an effective strategy to achieve the aims of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To achieve most of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) it is indispensable to move towards a profound transformation of rural societies. [...]
“The network is not Nicaragua alone, it is a Latin American Network, to overcome poverty and reach the sustainable management of natural resources, a network that is in all the countries of the region.”
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