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Lahore, July 27: Punjab Planning and Development (P&D) in collaboration with World Food Programme Pakistan...
FAO Representative Minà Dowlatchahi presented the Soil Fertility Atlas for Punjab to Minister for National...
KARACHI - “Sindh Province’s Soil Fertility Atlas" was launched in Karachi on July 17 at a local hotel in Karachi . This launch is part of a partnership between the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the Ministry of National Food Security and Research, Pakistan Agriculture Research Council...
Islamabad: Good quality seeds are important for enhancing farmers’ productivity and eventually ensuring food security but emerging technologies have created the need for capacity building of involved professionals and reforms in the seed sector in Pakistan.Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) under its project, “Building Capacity of...
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has initiated a project with the Government of Punjab to identify the relationship between smog and the practice of crop residue burning practices by farmers in the rice wheat belt of Punjab. An inception workshop for this initiative R-SMOG (Remote Sensing...
Ms Minà  Dowlatchahi took charge of office as the FAO Representative (FAOR) in Pakistan on May 8, 2017.Upon her arrival, Ms Minà Dowlatchahi, FAO Representative in Pakistan said that it was a matter of honor and joy for her to be appointed as the FAOR in Pakistan. She expressed the hope...
The Food Security Working Group organized two day training in Islamabad to help address the gaps and challenges that are being faced by partners in integrating nutrition in food security and agriculture in Pakistan. The training titled “Enhancing capacities for better integration of nutrition within food security and livelihoods intervention in...
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