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Quetta – Balochistan's livestock sector is an important component of the province's economy. Poultry, dairy,...
04/12/19FAO and BUITEMS are co-hosting Promoting SDG8 to Develop Agri-Entrepreneurship for Balochistan Youth, an event...
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Government of Pakistan today signed the FAO Country Programming Framework (CPF) setting out the development priorities for collaboration with Pakistan. This CPF will cover the period 2018-2022 aligned with the priorities of the government and the UN planning...
World Food Day 2018 was marked at the National Agriculture Research Centre (NARC) Islamabad, and all over Pakistan by FAO on 16 October 2017. The theme for World Food Day this year was “Our Actions are our Future. A Zero Hunger world by 2030 is possible” Various organizations including Ministry...
Pakistan is the fourth largest producer of chickpeas in the world and has a huge potential to export potatoes to the Middle East. This was revealed in the Punjab Food Outlook Report 2018 that was launched at a ceremony in Lahore today. Malik Nauman Ahmed Langrial, Minister of Agriculture government...
Islamabad, December 19, 2018:The Ministry of Planning and Development/Reform Commission of the Government of Pakistan in collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations launched the ‘Pakistan Dietary Guidelines for better Nutrition’ (PDGN) in Islamabad today. Parliamentary Secretary for Planning, Development and Reform Ms Kanwal Shauzab was...
Lahore: A new study analyzing the causes of smog related to the agriculture sector with an aim to assist government institutions in the development of appropriate policies, action plans and interventions to alleviate detrimental effects of smog on economy, health and environment in Punjab was released in Lahore today.Mr Malik...