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08/06/2020
Reinforcing an integrated systems approach to sustainable agricultural land, water and soil management
Access to a healthy environment and to fresh, nutritious and diverse food is critical for everyone. The livelihood conditions and the available means for action for the most vulnerable segments of society, especially the millions of smallholder producers and the landscapes where they act upon will depend on land, water...
07/06/2020
The Global Framework on Water Scarcity in Agriculture (WASAG) hosted by the FAO Land and Water Division is organizing its fifth webinar on "Collaboration on Promoting Quinoa (Part 1)".Quinoa, which has high nutrient content and adaptability to various marginal conditions has been identified by various organizations, such as...
05/06/2020
A FAO-EU project tackles water scarcity and rising fuel costs with new irrigation methods Close to 70 percent of Yemen’s population lives in rural areas. Irrigated agriculture is their primary source of food, employment and economic activity. However, water scarcity has long posed one of the most significant constraints to food production and livelihoods.
04/06/2020
The Global Framework on Water Scarcity in Agriculture (WASAG) hosted by the FAO Land and Water Division is organizing its fourth webinar on "Bridging financing gaps for Nationally Determined Contributions in agriculture under climate change", on Tuesday 9 June 2020 from 15.00 to 16.00 CEST. The Finance working group...
27/05/2020
FAO along with other institutions will coordinate as of 1 July 2020 the United Nations Coalition on Combatting Sand and Dust Storms (SDS), an assembly of various UN bodies dedicated to facing the significant socio-economic impacts sand and dust storms may have on human health, agriculture, industry, transportation, water and...
26/05/2020
In the framework of the Building Forward Better Initiative - Strengthening natural resources management capacities to revitalize agriculture in fragile contexts, the Land and Water Division of FAO is launching a series of E-Learning Nugget Courses to professionals in Libya, Mali, Niger and Yemen. The first course is on Sustainable Agricultural...
19/05/2020
Yemen is predominantly a rural country, with close to 70 percent of its population living outside urban areas. Irrigated agriculture is the primary source of food, employment and economic activity. Water scarcity poses one of the most significant constraints to increasing food production in a country where more than half...
15/05/2020
"Women play a central role in the supply, management and safeguarding of water, we must make sure that women are not left behind", Ms Annemiek Jenniskens from Women for Water Partnership stated in the first webinar organized by The Global Framework on Water Scarcity in Agriculture (WASAG) hosted by the...
15/05/2020
Conflicts and violence affect around 2 billion people over the world. Almost 60 percent of global population lives amidst fragility. Economic, social and environmental vulnerability hampers any development gain and undermines prospects of stability and peace. Rural livelihoods are particularly exposed as they mostly derive their income from agriculture and...
15/05/2020
FAO's Global Soil Partnership (GSP) is organizing its first webinar on Soil Biodiversity as part of the annual campaign dedicated to soil biodiversity with the theme “Keep soil alive, protect soil biodiversity”.This webinar aims to discuss the global status, gaps and multiple benefits of soil biodiversity as a...