Publications

HIGHLIGHTS

From the annual hunger report, completely re-geared to provide a broader understanding of food security and nutrition, to the first in a new series on [...]

A summary of the achievements of FAO’s resilience and emergency programmes in 2017, covering over 50 countries. While 59% of resources went to preventing famine in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen, FAO also responded to other major protracted crises.



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This paper reports on the objectives of the workshop, including better awareness and understanding of the Caribbean Billfish Project and production of a final draft Caribbean Billfish Management and Conservation Plan endorsed by technical experts.



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Although Liberia has made progress in advancing gender equality legislation and women’s rights in agriculture, women still lack capacity-building tools, social protection packages and full financial access to be able to participate properly in community processes.



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For well over a decade, developing countries have been encouraged to undertake activities in their forestry sectors that are designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while also working to conserve, enhance and sustainably manage forest carbon stocks. These activities are known collectively as Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD+), which was established under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

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