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  Thirteen countries today won recognition from FAO for outstanding progress in fighting hunger, an achievement which includes reaching international targets ahead of the end-of-2015 deadline. Brazil, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Gabon, the Gambia, Iran, Kiribati, Malaysia, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, the Philippines and Uruguay are the latest in a growing list of countries to...
The post-2015 development agenda featured prominently among topics discussed at the 41st annual session of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) in Rome from 13-18 October. The world’s foremost inclusive intergovernmental and multi-stakeholder platform for food security and nutrition brought together hundreds of representatives from governments, civil society organizations, private...
Rural women and their role in eradicating poverty should be given high priority in the post-2015 development agenda - that was the key message among speakers at a special event to mark the 2014 International Day for Rural Women at UN headquarters in New York on 15 October. Themed What Can...
The post-2015 development agenda will be prominent among topics discussed at the 41st annual session of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) taking place in Rome from 13-18 October. An international and intergovernmental multistakeholder platform, the CFS brings together hundreds of members, participants and observers from global governments, civil society,...
The post-2015 development agenda will be prominent among topics discussed at the 41st annual session of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) taking place in Rome from 13-18 October. An international and intergovernmental multistakeholder platform, the CFS brings together hundreds of members, participants and observers from global governments, civil society,...
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