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Around the world, illegal logging and related timber trade pose a serious problem. Major timber purchasing countries and blocks such as the European Union (EU), the U.S. and Australia have developed import requirements to promote the trade and use of legally produced timber products. An FAO mission with the European Forest Institute’s (EFI) EU FLEGT [...]
“Weak link” in public health protection efforts must not be neglected Tissue samples from chickens await testing at a Nigerian laboratory. 20 August 2014, Rome – FAO today told ministers of health and agriculture meeting in Indonesia that animal disease monitoring systems require sustained support and have a critical role to play in preventing human [...]

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By Emily Hunker, Communications Intern, FAO-Washington, DC. A key to a sustainable solution to hunger may come from what many are calling the Livestock Revolution. At a recent event on Capitol Hill, Livestock for Livelihood, panelists discussed the value of incorporating efficient animal husbandry into smallholder farms to build food security. The event, which was [...]
Today marks the end of World Breastfeeding Week. Breastfeeding has a critical impact on a child’s life: it can prolong it by strengthening the immune system and reducing the risk of disease transmission. As a result, breastfeeding is also key to reaching the Millenium Development Goals. This article is cross-posted with permission by 1,000 days. [...]
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