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Texas A&M University System joins forces with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

The agreement will allow them to work together to combat world hunger by building capacity for sustainable agriculture and natural resource management in developing countries.

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by Lívia Pontes, Communications Intern, FAO’s Liaison Office for North America, Washington, DC The FAO North America Liaison Office, on July 14, hosted a briefing on the upcoming Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) jointly organized by FAO and WHO. Anna Lartey, Director of FAO’s Nutrition Division, presented an overview on preparations for the conference [...]
The Texas A&M University System and  the Food and Agriculture Organization of  the United Nations (FAO) today agreed to  work together to combat world hunger by  building capacity for sustainable  agriculture and natural resource  management in developing countries. Under the new agreement, the Texas A&M System and FAO will carry out initiatives to strengthen agricultural [...]

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