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20 Jul 2015
La Fondation Kuehne et la FAO ont signé l'année dernière un accord de coopération pour soutenir des moyens de subsistance en milieu rural par l’amélioration de la logistique. Les capacités combinées des deux organisations augmentent l'impact de leurs efforts respectifs pour réduire les pertes alimentaires et le gaspillage. La Fondation Kuehne et la FAO travaillent ensemble pour répondre au nombre croissant des crises et des situations d'urgence pour accroître la résilience des moyens de subsistance en cas de catastrophes. Martin...
08 Jul 2015
8 juillet 2015, Rome – Autogrill, la multinationale qui gère des cafés-restaurants et des points de vente de produits alimentaires sur les autoroutes et dans les aérogares d'une trentaine de pays, vient de passer un accord de partenariat avec la FAO en vue de réduire le gaspillage et les pertes alimentaires tout en encourageant la production des petits agriculteurs...
22 Jun 2015
22 June, 2015, Utrecht - FAO and the Dutch Rabobank Foundation will scale up their collaboration after two years of successful initiatives in East Africa. "This is a flagship partnership for FAO," Director-General José Graziano da Silva, said in an address today to the foodFIRST conference here, which this year is focused on the future of farming and food security in Africa.
08 Jun 2015
Les palmiers dattiers sont essentiels pour les moyens d'existence des populations aux Émirats arabes unis et autres pays du Proche-Orient. Ils apportent la subsistance, des matériaux de construction, de l'ombre et une source de revenu. Depuis 1965, la FAO est fière d'aider à promouvoir les palmiers dattiers, tout en reconnaissant que les Émirats arabes unis sont au premier plan dans les efforts régionaux et internationaux pour la production durable les palmiers dattiers. Au printemps 2015, deux oasis de palmiers dattiers ont rejoint le nombre croissant d'écosystèmes qui sont officiellement reconnus par la FAO pour leur importance en tant que...
03 Jun 2015
 La FAO et la chaîne d'ameublement suédoise IKEA sont d'accord pour travailler ensemble sur un projet de certification forestière au Viet Nam promouvant à la fois la gestion durable des plantations forestières et l'autonomisation des communautés tributaires de la forêt.
28 May 2015
The first capacity building programme designed with and for indigenous peoples on the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGT) will start its activities next week. FAO’s programme will bring together 24 indigenous leaders and experts from Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Panama, who will work together for one year. The training will take place in Nicaragua’s North Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region, where the Center for Autonomy and Development of Indigenous Peoples (CADPI, Centro para la Autonomía y Desarrollo de los Pueblos...
26 May 2015
Representatives from different indigenous peoples (Aymara, Embera–Wounaan, Guaraní, Kichwa, K’iche, Macushi, Miskita, Náhuatl, Zapoteco) from Latin America shared during two days their knowledge about food security with FAO statisticians to develop new methods that could measure food insecurity in indigenous communities.
19 May 2015
19 May 2015, Milan – FAO joined the inaugural day for Caritas at the Expo Milan 2015. Rolf Hackbart, Deputy Director of the Office for Partnerships, Advocacy and Capacity Development, represented FAO and advocated the fight to end hunger together with Caritas. The event focused on family and small-scale farming. “We need to change the way we relate to land. Family farming is so important to do this,” said Hackbart. Hackbart encouraged the strengthening of rural livelihoods in terms of education, training, health and access to natural resources. “This is why we need to change the current system, geared...
13 May 2015
FAO and the John Cabot University agree on “Communicating to Inspire Change: Food Security and Sustainability” a summer short course in July 2015 designed to provide University students with a solid and broad background on food security and sustainability so that they may have the key informational foundations to develop methods and tools for “Communicating to Inspire Change.”   The course will be in English. During the second half of 2014, the Office for Corporate Communications in collaboration with the Office for Partnerships, Advocacy and Capacity Development (OPC), FAO, established linkages with a number of Universities worldwide, especially prior to the International...
28 Apr 2015
FAO is proud to announce a new global flagship partnership with IULM (International University of Languages and Media, Milan). On Monday 20 April, Mario Lubetkin, Director of Corporate Communication at FAO signed a strategic agreement with IULM University Chancellor Professor Giovanni Puglisi. The alliance seals a marriage of top-level skills: FAO's widely recognized know-how in the field of nutrition and the educational excellence of IULM. In particular, in this the year of the Universal Exposition of Milan, FAO and the University will be offering thirty students the opportunity to follow a course titled “Communicating to Inspire Change: harnessing the bounties of...
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