24 Mar 2017
The “Dr. Fridtjof Nansen” will conduct marine science research to support sustainable fisheries, study climate change impacts on oceansFAO and Norway have today launched a brand new, state-of-the-art marine studies vessel, among the most advanced of its kind — and the only research ship on the globe that flies the UN flag. Its mission: To investigate some of the planet's least-explored oceans, using cutting-edge technology and sophisticated equipment to help developing countries assemble scientific data critical to sustainable fisheries management and study how a changing climate is affecting our oceans.
20 Mar 2017
FAO, the Ministry of Agriculture and Malian rice stakeholders meet to discuss the advancement of more efficient, sustainable and productive rice systems
20 Mar 2017
The Njala University in Sierra Leone had talks with Bukar Tijani, FAO Assistant Director-General and Regional Representative for AfricaThe achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, especially in the areas of food security and poverty reduction, requires strong and enhanced partnerships with different sections of the society. The role of higher learning institutions are very key in achieving these ambitious goals as the majority of poor people in developing countries, including Sierra Leone, live in rural areas and education is a key factor in helping to reduce the level of poverty.
10 Mar 2017FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva completed on Thursday 9 March a two-day visit to Egypt aiming at boosting collaboration between the Organization and the most populous Arab Country. His visit included meetings with the President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, H.E. Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, the Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation H.E. Abdel Moneim Al-Banna, the Minister for Investment and International Cooperation H.E. Sahar Nasr, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs H.E. Sameh Shoukry, as well as the Secretary General of the League of Arab States H.E. Ahmad Abou El-Gheit.
06 Mar 2017
Children from five communities in Pech, Honudras, will have access to adequate food to meet their nutritional requirements06/03/2017 Catacamas, Olancho (Honduras) - La población infantil de cinco comunidades PECH, del departamento de Olancho, tendrá acceso a una alimentación oportuna y adecuada para satisfacer sus requerimientos nutricionales, informó la Representante de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas (FAO) en Honduras, María Julia Cárdenas Barrios. La FAO en coordinación con el Gobierno de Honduras, ejecuta acciones para implementar el modelo de escuelas sostenibles a través del Proyecto de Fortalecimiento del Programa de Alimentación Escolar en el marco de la Iniciativa América Latina Sin Hambre 2025, que cuenta con el apoyo financiero del Gobierno de la República Federativa del Brasil. Cárdenas Barrios, explicó...