Technical Cooperation Programme

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El fenómeno migratorio presente en Centroamérica está ocasionado por una serie de factores relacionados con la reagrupación familiar, la falta de oportunidades laborales, el bajo nivel de educación...(more)

La República de Guinea Ecuatorial cuenta con una extensión marítima once veces superior a la terrestre lo que supone un sector pesquero con gran potencial para el desarrollo del país, la generación de empleo, la reducción de la pobreza...(more)

Guatemala es un país que depende de la agricultura, por consiguiente, la importancia del acceso a la tierra ha sido continúa siendo uno de los temas centrales para avanzar en el desarrollorural...(more)

El sector agroalimentario nicaragüense es altamente vulnerable a los eventos climáticos extremos, y sumado al contexto social, institucional y la poca disponibilidad de información climática para la toma de decisiones, constituyen un factor el alto riesgo para la Economía Familiar...(more)

Indonesian forests are home to some of the most biologically diverse forests in the world...(more)

Date palm plantations in Iraq face many obstacles, such as pests, drought, high production costs, low market prices and urban expansion...(more)

Agriculture has unexploited potential in Palau in terms of long-term economic self-sufficiency and improved health through better nutrition and diet. Currently, the population depends heavily on imported foodstuffs and local food production is very limited...(more)

The 14-year conflict in Liberia greatly reduced livestock herds and poultry flocks in rural and urban areas. Locally produced vegetables, eggs and poultry products are limited in the country’s markets, which mostly sell imported eggs, chicken, pork, and other meats...(more)

Agriculture is the mainstay of Papua New Guinea's (PNG) rural economy, with 85 percent of its population (of over 8 million) depending on the agriculture sector for their livelihoods...(more)

In February 2018, a 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, and was followed by aftershocks...(more)