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21 March 2019
As the world population climbs to 8.5 billion by 2030, the role of forests becomes more important than ever. Forests help to keep air, soil, and water healthy to make people happier and more prosperous. They have a vital role to play in some of the biggest challenges we face...
06 March 2019
The Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) and government agencies from seven provinces have agreed a plan to improve the management of the Indonesian Seas Large Marine Ecosystem (ISLME), with the support of Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). The provinces are Banten, West Java, Central...
21 February 2019
Pontianak,  The Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) in collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) today launched a programme to assist smallholder farmers in West Kalimantan to adopt organic methods for rice production. The programme is part of the Government’s plan to create “1,000 Organic Villages”. The...
11 February 2019
FAO’s Regional Rice Initiative (RRI) offers new practices for sustainable production.  Amarudin (47) sits on the embankment, looking across the rice paddy in front of him. He smiles proudly, pointing to a rice field in the valley. “That field is mine,” he says.  After 15 years of saving money as a hard...
11 February 2019
The New Year 2019 brings FAO ECTAD to the final year of its Emerging Pandemic Threats (EPT-2) project in Indonesia. But, efforts to prevent and control transboundary animal diseases will continue with a newly initiated project framework named Emerging Disease Threats – Next Generation (EDiT-Next Gen) with funding support from...
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