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The rapidly deteriorating economic and financial crisis seriously affects agriculture in Lebanon. As most agricultural inputs (agro-chemicals, seeds, animal feed, vaccines and other veterinary supplies, etc.) are imported, the productive capacities of the farmers have been particularly affected by increasing input costs resulting from the rapid devaluation of the Lebanese...
21.09.2021
On 15 September 2021, the Gaza Strip’s first-ever marine cage farm, located about four nautical miles off the shores of Deir al Balah, was stocked with the first shipment of 30 000 fingerlings. The cage farm, established by FAO in partnership with the Government of Italy on behalf of the Italian...
15.09.2021
Amman – 13 September, 2021 – The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), with funding from the European Union through its Regional Trust Fund in Response to the Syrian Crisis (the Madad Fund), and in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture launches an advanced Training of Trainers...
14.09.2021
Baghdad, 9 September 2021 - His Excellency the Minister of Agriculture Mr. Muhammad Karim Al- Khafaji honored Dr Salah El-hajj Hassan FAO Representative in Iraq and his team of experts in appreciation of their distinguished and outstanding efforts supporting farmers’ livelihoods in Iraq. During the inauguration of an inception workshop of...
09.09.2021
July 2021 – The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in partnership with the University of Cordoba (UCO) have implemented an online training to 70 participants with the overall aim of calibrating and validating the process of the AquaCrop model for the participants conditions using their own...
09.09.2021
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