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FAO Director-General meets with President Roch Marc Christian Kaboré during Rome visit
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$4 million Africa Solidarity Trust Fund grant aims to help countries strengthen job creation
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Rapid action needed to put smallholders and food systems on sustainable paths
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Committee on World Food Security focuses on livestock and smallholders’ market access
The World Food Day 2016 slogan: Climate is changing. Food and agriculture must too underscores the fact that to feed a global population expected to reach more than 9 billion by 2050, humanity needs to produce more food, but in ways that use up less natural resources and that drastically reduce loss and waste.
All cities, big and small, can and must help build the sustainable, resilient food systems of the future, FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva stressed during the second meeting of the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact, a collaboration between mayors of 130 cities from around the world.
The Italian Ministry for Agricultural Food and Forestry Policies and FAO will work closely together to identify and increase the number of ecosystems that play an important role as repositories of agricultural biodiversity, traditional knowledge, cultural heritage and landscapes.