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On Tuesday, 27 March 2018, the Ministry of Agriculture Water and Forestry (MAWF), in collaboration with FAO and other stakeholders joined the rest of the world in commemorating three important days to Namibia’s natural resources: International Day of Forests – celebrated under the theme, “Forest and Sustainable Cities – Let’s make...
In efforts to build/enhance the resilience of the livelihoods to threats and crises posed by the recurrent nature of natural disasters in the Kunene Region, the FAO over the years assisted the GRN with the provision of crop seeds and animal feed, to mitigate the drought effects on pastoral and...
  Unsustainable fishing, pollution, climate change and other human activities continue to exert enormous negative pressure the world’s oceans. These actions have led to pollution of water bodies, depletion of fish stocks, alteration of ecosystem structures and the overall reduction of the ability of ecosystems to adapt to climate variability and...
The three United Nations (UN) agencies (WFP, FAO & IOM) in conjunction with the Ministry of Agriculture, Water & Forestry commemorated the World Food Day under the theme “Change the future of migration, invest in food security and rural development” on the 19 October 2017 in Stampriet, Hardap Region. The event...
FAO participated in the inaugural Food Namibia Expo, held in Rundu, Kavango East Region.  The expo, organized by Food Namibia together with the Office of the Regional Governor, Kavango East Region, brought together various stakeholders from government and agriculture industry. The maiden expo, held from 8 – 9 September, was...
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