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On the International Forestry Day, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) held...
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations supports the Government of Mozambique, through...
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), in partnership with the National...
The current rates of chronic malnutrition in Mozambique of 43% are a matter of serious...
From 11th to 15th December 2017, two trainings were carried out for more than 50 extension technicians, in the methodology of the Farmer Field Schools (FFS) with Adaptation to Climate Changes, from Ribaué, Malema and Meconta districts. These trainings, in addition to addressing climate change and its effects, include some measures...
Mozambique currently hosts more than 20,000 refugees (9,000 of them in the Maratane Refugee Camp, where UN agencies (PMA, UNHCR, UNHABITAT and FAO) work in partnership with the Government to better accommodate them and strengthen livelihoods through the project "Livelihoods for Durable Solution: Enhancing Self- Reliance in a Protracted Refugee...
Mozambique has been severely affected by several transboundary pests which, in addition to the negative effects on crop production and productivity, can also contribute to environmental degradation and biodiversity loss, adversely affecting not only agriculture but also fisheries and forestry.It was in this context that FAO in Mozambique took part...
On November 9, new strategies for the implementation of Agenda 2035 and the National Forestry Plan were discussed in Maputo.During the event, topics such as: integrating forests into the country's development plans, policies and strategies, adding value to the timber business, formalizing sustainable coal production, and supporting forest initiatives and...
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the Austrian Development Cooperation (ADC) signed today an agreement to implement a project to increase the resilience of climate-affected producers in the central region of the country. The € 1.5 million project will focus on improving the local seed production system...