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30 Jan 2018
Tokyo – The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Government of Japan have reinforced their commitment to further advance their partnership activities to help countries around the world achieve their Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The advances were made during the second Japan-FAO Annual Strategic Consultation meeting in Tokyo, attended by Daniel Gustafson, FAO’s Deputy Director-General for Programmes, and a number of senior officials of the Government of Japan including Misako Takahashi, Director of the Economic Security Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Tatsuya Go, Director of International Organizations Division of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry...
26 Jan 2018
Praia inaugure le premier centre de démonstration de micro-jardins dans le cadre d'un projet de coopération Sud-Sud avec les villes de Dakar et Douala
Praia, 26 janvier 2018. Praia inaugure le premier centre de démonstration de micro-jardins dans le cadre d'un projet de coopération Sud-Sud avec les villes de Dakar et Douala, promu par l'Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture (FAO). Le nouveau centre a été mis en place par la mairie de Praia et se trouve à proximité du parc 5 de Julho, à côté des pépinières municipales. Le centre mettra à la disposition des citoyens une nouvelle technologie de production horticole à partir de différents types d'emballages recyclés ou de matériaux issus de la récupération. Plus particulièrement, le supports proposés, tels...
26 Jan 2018
Promoting Serbian agricultural exports, modernizing the country’s water management systems and developing food quality labelling and geographical indication schemes were at the heart of a three-way meeting today in Serbia.
24 Jan 2018
FAO has pledged US$100 000 to help the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation develop and strengthen agrifood trade in the Black Sea region.
24 Jan 2018
Improved access to finance, better services and inputs for farmers, rural households, cooperatives and other small and medium enterprises in rural areas. These advantages – along with and improved capacities in Georgia’s Ministry of Environment Protection and Agriculture – are expected to make the country’s agricultural sector more competitive. Greater competitiveness is exactly the objective of a new, Euro 12 million project under the third phase of the EU-funded European Neighbourhood Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD), implemented by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations...