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The FAO-Japan Partnership: Interview with Mr. Hiroto Mitsugi

Resource Partners
21-02-2018

Mr. Hiroto Mitsugi, Assistant Director-General, FAO Forestry Department, shares FAO’s drive on core issues. In this interview he explains why food and agriculture are central to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, what the role of FAO is in the [...]

Imagine losing everything in a moment and #migration was your only choice…

Resource Partners
21-02-2018

Peste des petits ruminants (PPR) or sheep and goat plague is a highly contagious animal disease affecting small ruminants. An estimated 300 million families who rely on small ruminants, such as sheep and goats, as a source of food and [...]

Programme of Action against the Fall Armyworm in Africa

Resource Partners
21-02-2018

The video describes the threat represented by the Fall Armyworm to food security, livelihoods and economic prospects in Africa and beyond. It also outlines the Programme of Action against the Fall Armyworm in Africa which provides a clear roadmap towards [...]

Global Programme for the Control & Eradication of Pest des petits ruminants (Sheep & Goat Plague)

Resource Partners
21-02-2018

The video describes the threat represented by the Peste des petits ruminants (PPR) or Sheep and Goat Plague to food security, livelihoods and economic prospects in affected counties, and the risk of a further spreading of PPR. It also outlines [...]

AIDmonitor: A new FAO online data tool to analyse funding for international development

Resource Partners
21-02-2018

A new FAO online data tool launched 23 November 2017 will improve understanding of Official Development Assistance (ODA) funding flows in food and agriculture-related sectors – including thematic areas as diverse as the environment, education and women’s equality.

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Kenya Learns Indonesia’s Food Security and Nutrition System

South-south Cooperation
16-11-2017

A High-level delegation from Kenya visits Indonesia to learn about its decentralized governance structure in implementing food security and nutrition system facilitated by FAO South-South Cooperation.

Mehaou – A Nigerien Grandmother, Farmer and Leader

South-south Cooperation
06-11-2017

This video tells the story of Mehaou, an inspiring Nigerien farmer and grandmother who has overcome many challenges to provide for her family - including rearing, breeding and selling goats. 

FAO and the Africa Solidarity Trust Fund (ASTF) fund are supporting hundreds of farmers like Mehaou in Niger to diversify and [...]

FAO South-South Cooperation Exchange | Brazil and Lao PDR: improving contract farming

South-south Cooperation
14-09-2017

South-South Cooperation is an excellent mechanism for developing countries to share knowledge and resources in solidarity, and to adapt experiences that have already worked well in one place for the benefit of others.

So they did Brazil and Lao PDR with regards to Contract Farming development, which can an attractive option [...]

Tembani – A Zimbabwean Forestry Officer tackling invasive pests

South-south Cooperation
08-09-2017

This video tells the story of Tembani, an inspiring young Zimbabwean forestry officer who is battling against alien invasive pests that are threatening Eucalyptus trees and woodlots around the country. His work is being supported by FAO and the Africa Solidarity Trust Fund (ASTF) through training in integrated pest management, [...]

Best Practices through South-South Cooperation for Fall Armyworm Management in Africa

South-south Cooperation
29-08-2017

Experts say that, in combating Fall Armyworm (FAW) infestations in sub-Saharan Africa, farmers should reduce as much as possible the use of chemical pesticides against which the harmful insects can build resistance, and also because the technique is neither economically nor environmentally sustainable and could present health risks.

Allowing the Fall [...]

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