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Honey from Casamance, an area in the south of Senegal, represents 70 percent of national production*. In spite of this, the region remains poor with approximately 50 percent of people affected by food insecurity and...

Rome/Berlin - Reversing soil degradation is vital if we want to feed a growing global population, protect biodiversity and help address the planet’s climate crisis, the Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), QU Dongyu, today...

Are you involved in a youth-led project working on green and climate-resilient agriculture? Are you interested in receiving mentoring and capacity building to develop your initiative? Are you ready to show the world the power of youth at the...

Farming in the Sahel region of Africa isn’t easy. It’s an area that suffers from degraded soils, erratic rainfall and is often subject to long periods of drought. For that reason, farmland soil is often very hard, making it difficult...

Roma - La crisis climática plantea una amenaza cada vez mayor para nuestra seguridad alimentaria. Hoy, la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Agricultura y la Alimentación (FAO) dio la bienvenida al Premio Nobel de Física Giorgio Parisi, que se...