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“We committed to end hunger and malnutrition by 2030, it is now our responsibility to act and reverse the trend of increasing hunger and malnutrition that haunts us today,” said Carla Mucavi, Director of the...
“The window to curb global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius is closing and success depends on a concerted and scaled-up effort. Sustainable agriculture has a critical role to play,” said Carla Mucavi, Director of the...
“Evidence shows that agriculture policies that contribute to closing the gender gap are among the most effective measures to reduce poverty, increase production, improve social welfare, economic growth and community resilience. In other words, closing...
Climate change will have an increasingly adverse impact on many regions of the world, with those in low latitudes being hit the hardest, warned the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations at the...
There are few issues that need to be addressed as urgently as the alarming trend in food insecurity, said Carla Mucavi, Director of the FAO Liaison Office to the United Nations in New York, during...
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