Global ceremony in Rome highlights need to step up actions to make ending hunger and malnutrition in all its forms possible by 2030
FAO Director-General highlights the importance of innovative and joint actions to restore progress towards Zero Hunger
The Agreement will focus on tackling land degradation and desertification, and bolster food security and resilience to climate change
FAO report provides new estimates of food loss from post-harvest up to retail to help identify appropriate measures for an effective reduction

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FAO hails partnership potential with civil society

“We need all of civil society to play an active role”, the Director-General told the annual Forum of the Civil Society and Indigenous Peoples’ Mechanism (CSM), a vehicle for the participation of non-governmental actors in policy formulation at the Committee on World Food Security (CFS). “FAO is here to help you.”


Norway, FAO will boost transparency and accessibility of global forest information

Information on the world’s forests will be more transparent and easy-to-use than ever in the coming years, thanks to a $3 million grant to FAO from Norway, which aims to improve global statistics on forest resources and their changes.


Feeding people and protecting our planet should go hand in hand

Green agriculture has a vast potential to transform the agricultural sector in a way that enables access for everyone to nutritious food and at the same time ensures conservation of crucial natural resources, FAO Director-General Qu Dongyu said today at the International Agro-Industrial Forum in Moscow.