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Oct 2019 - Genetic resources for food and agriculture are not only of actual but even more of potential value to food security, nutrition and livelihoods. However, biodiversity, and in particular genetic diversity, is being lost at an alarming rate. The Commission provides the only permanent forum for governments to discuss and negotiate matters ...more
Jul 2019 - Honey is a nutritious, healthy and natural food produced by the bees. Its benefits go beyond its use as a sweetener as it contains several minerals, enzymes, vitamins and proteins that confer unique nutritious and organoleptic properties. Honey can be monofloral if one specific plant nectar and pollen content prevails ...more
Jul 2019 - Disappearing pollinators can mean losing some of the nutritious food we need for a healthy diet. The decline of pollinators could have disastrous effects for our future of food. Their absence would jeopardize the three-quarters of the world’s crops that depend at least in part on pollination, including apples, avocadoes, ...more
Jul 2019 - The Voluntary Guidelines on Tenure promote secure tenure rights and equitable access to land, fisheries and forests with respect to all forms of tenure: public, private, communal, indigenous, customary and informal. This infographic explains the key achievements in 3 countries: Liberia, Mongolia, Sierra Leone. 
Mar 2019 - Forests act as a source of food, medicine and fuel for more than a billion people. In addition to helping to respond to climate change and protect soils and water, forests hold more than three-quarters of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity, provide many products and services that contribute to socio-economic development ...more
May 2018 - A 250 ml GLASS of whole milk from cows CAN PROVIDE a 5-6-year-old child with: ≈ 48% of protein requirements, ≈ 9% of calories and key micro-nutrients.  Milk provides us adults with: calcium, magnesium, selenium, riboflavin, vitamin B12 and vitamin B5. 
Mar 2018 - School gardens are a great way to get children to learn about nutrition. FAO encourages and supports countries to promote school gardens with educational goals to help students, school staff and families make the connection between growing food and good diets, develop life skills and increase environmental awareness.
Dec 2017 - Nearly 70% of all child labourers work in agriculture nearly 100 million boys & girls! In this infographic two very different stories are told: The typical story of a child labourer in agriculture, increasingly involved in work and obliged to leave school too early. The typical story of a  child living and learning in ...more
Aug 2017 - This graphic identifies a number of trends, challenges and priority actions along a path towards Zero Hunger by 2030, the end date of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture, Zero Hunger in short, is Goal 2 of the 17 ...more
May 2017 - Food is wasted because we put too much food on our plates, we buy food and don‘t eat it before it goes off, restaurants or and school cafeterias serve portions that are too big, etc. This poster conveys key messages and tips to consumers - and in particular children - ...more
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