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Brazil and Mauritania on Thursday will sign some cooperation agreements in such fields as aquiculture and training in agriculture, as part of the first visit by a Brazilia foreign minister to that Islamic country. On Thursday, Brazlian Foreign Minister Antonio Patriota will...
26.04.2012
FAO launched in April 2012 a subregional project on RPW management under the FAO Technical Cooperation Programme (TCP). The project will cover all North Africa Countries (Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia). The project will be implemented within 2 year timeframe. The objective of the TCP project...
12.04.2012
A group of 22 undergraduate students from the Governorate of Qalioubeya, visited today, Wednesday April 11th, FAO premises to learn about FAO’s works in the Region and in Egypt. They met with the FAO Representative in Egypt and a number of FAO...
11.04.2012
AgriJordan is an agricultural company that is pioneering best practices in Jordan, with the aim of creating a paradigm shift in the sector. Established in 2009, AgriJordan has in less than 3 years managed to deliver proof of concept, acquire international certifications, gain access to new markets...
28.03.2012
A new strain of foot and mouth disease (FMD) has hit Egypt and threatens to spread throughout North Africa and the Middle East, jeopardizing food security in the region, the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said on Thursday. There have...
22.03.2012