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09 July 2019 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) begins...
14 June, Maputo- The Austrian Development Agency (ADA) has provided 650,000£ to the Food and...
7 June, Gaza- The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), in partnership...
6th June 2019, Chimoio (Manica) – Until the end of June approximately 7.000 farmers shall benefit...
It is Friday again, 7am, and Emília Manuel sits on the mat she unrolled over the threshing floor at the Farmer Field School (FFS) she is vice-president and facilitator of. After a one-week break, the second loan and savings round at Kulima Kakanaka, her FFS, starts today. Throughout the last six...
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on Tuesday and Wednesday held a provincial workshop in Manica to share experiences, lessons learnt and best practices in nutrition education gained within the Sub-programme "Accelerate Progress towards MDG 1c in Mozambique". The event is part of a series of...
07th February, Mozambique – Queen Mathilde of the Belgians held a five-day visit to Mozambique as UN Advocate for the Sustainable Development Goals. In this context, she visited field projects funded by the Belgian Fund for Food Security, implemented by United Nations Agencies, including FAO.In her speech at the Eduardo...
18 January 2019, Tsangano (Tete) – Ntengo-Wa-Mbalame means, in Chewa dialect, "bird tree". Legend has it that in past times, when this locality was still covered by trees, many migratory birds came here to procreate. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and Mozambique's Institute of Agricultural Research...
In Mozambique, the overall fish production from aquaculture has been declining in the last decade, mainly due to high production costs and poor production techniques in the country. However, recently FAO has been supporting some promising initiatives that use fish farming as a source of income. Traditionally, the Mozambican aquaculture sector...