Animal Production and Health Commission in Asia and the Pacific

Quadripartite launches new Antimicrobial Resistance Multi-Stakeholder Partnership Platform to help tackle common threat to human and animal health and ecosystems
New UN report highlights how lack of effective refrigeration directly results in the loss of 526 million tons of food production, or 12 per cent of the global total
FAO Food Outlook forecasts point to somewhat easing world market conditions, but increasing uncertainties
FAO and WOAH launch the next phase of efforts to rid the world of peste des petits ruminants and publish a book on the eradication of rinderpest
Almost half the population are currently facing acute hunger
FAO Food Price Index dips by 1.9 percent while new FAO forecasts point to lower global cereals output in 2022
$80 million USAID contribution will support FAO projects targeting smallholder resilience, women’s empowerment and environmental sustainability
Vegetable oils and cereals lead FAO Food Price Index lower
Diseases affecting animals, how long they live and how productive they are all have a significant impact on GHG emissions
The latest State of Food Security and Nutrition report shows the world is moving backwards in efforts to eliminate hunger and malnutrition
FAO flags risks to food security from high food and agricultural input prices

Benchmark measure shows international prices for vegetable oils and dairy products down, while up for wheat, rice and poultry meat


FAO Members, UN agencies and other organizations will identify and discuss major trends and issues of a critical sector

A coordinated approach to human, animal, plant and environmental health made more urgent by the COVID-19 pandemic
The vaccination programme is ongoing despite price surges due to the COVID-19 pandemic
FAO Chief Veterinary Officer Keith Sumption talks about what should be done to avoid the wide use of antibiotics and other antimicrobials to help mitigate and contain the risks of antimicrobial resistance
Director-General QU Dongyu warns of threat to food security and livelihoods as well as human and animal health
The overall measure of international food commodity prices was broadly stable in September, with declines in quotations for vegetable oils, dairy and meat offset by a notable increase in those for sugar and maize, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) 
The initiative by the Quadripartite - FAO, UNEP, WHO and WOAH – also aims to contribute to sustainable development