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12 March 2019, Cairo - The Government of Japan has availed USD 892 857 in new funding to fight acute food insecurity and malnutrition in Yemen. The one-year project targets the most vulnerable food-insecure households as well as people affected by the conflict. "Yemen remains the world's largest humanitarian crisis....
12.03.2019
9 March 2019, Abu Dhabi - The Near East and North African countries can count on FAO's unwaivering support in their fight to contain the spread of Red Palm Weevil one of the world's most invasive pest species, the UN agency's Director-General, José Graziano da Silva, said today. Addressing the Red Palm...
09.03.2019
Tunis, 28 February, 2019 - Sixty teachers from grade schools and high schools in Tunis participated in the validation of the Tunisian version of the first guide on good practices for reducing food waste, prepared by the Regional Office for Near East and North Africa of the Food and Agriculture Organization...
28.02.2019
5 Feb, 2019 – Tunis: As part of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) project to reduce food loss and food waste in Tunisia, FAO has organized a training program with the Inter-professional Consortium for Red Meat and Milk (GIVLAIT), financed by the Italian Agency for International Cooperation. More than...
05.02.2019
Khartoum 30th January, 2019 -- Sudan has vast marine and inland resources that offer strong potential for fisheries and aquaculture sustainable development and significant opportunities for both public and private investment exist. The country's potential in fish production are yet to be fully explored. The sector contributes to food security,...
30.01.2019