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Restoring agriculture production and infrastructure for the more than 7,000 farmers affected
Governments, civic groups and businesses need to rally support for both immediate relief to people in countries at risk of famine as well as longer-term initiatives that will allow them to recover and restore their livelihoods, Ambassador Amira Gornass, Chair of the Committee on World Food Security, said today.
Graziano da Silva made the remarks at the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation in Beijing. The event, he said, provided a unique impetus for an international concerted effort to promote "a more balanced, equitable and inclusive development along the Belt and Road".
FAO has developed guidelines (Supplementary Guidelines for Addressing Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries in National Adaptation Plans (NAP-Ag)) aiming to support developing countries in making sure agriculture is both included in national plans and made more adaptive and resilient.