FAO in Bangladesh
Nearly a third of caught freshwater and marine fish in Bangladesh is lost before it...
Dhaka, Bangladesh – FAO and the Ministry of Agriculture organized a closing workshop today in...
Dhaka, Bangladesh – Three acclaimed directors and an award-winning comedian took part in an event...
Dhaka, Bangladesh – FAO’s 2021 World Soil Day campaign, ‘Halt soil salinization, boost soil productivity’, aims to raise awareness about this problem which affects many countries, including Bangladesh. In fact, it’s estimated that more than half of coastal Bangladesh is affected by salinization. This means that tens of thousands of...
Dhaka, Bangladesh – An international operation to remove approximately 1 000 tonnes of hazardous pesticide, which have been stored for 37 years in the heart of Chattogram, is set to start next month. Specialists will clear the now banned DDT pesticide from a depot a before shipping it to Europe for...
Dhaka, Bangladesh – Farmers and food processors are set to benefit from Dutch expertise and technology after a high-level government and business delegation, led by the agriculture minister, concluded a visit to the Netherlands. Bangladesh has ambitions to greatly expand its fruit and vegetable exports and food processing capacity and hopes...
Dhaka, Bangladesh – The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Department of Livestock Services, Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock, today announced that 5,500 farmer groups will be created and receive investment in a major boost to the country’s livestock sector.  The groups will help livestock farmers...
Dhaka, Bangladesh – Ahead of the first ever United Nations Food Systems Summit (UNFSS) later this month, at which honourable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is expected to make an address, a final national dialogue was held today.  Minister of Food, Sadhan Chandra Majumder, MP, was chief guest at the event...
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