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The food systems countdown report 2023. The state of food systems worldwide

The Food Systems Countdown Initiative aims to monitor the state of food systems transformation through relevant data, independent of any established monitoring processes.   Such monitoring can...

Cropland nutrient balance Global, regional and country trends 1961–2021. FAOSTAT analytical brief 74

The FAOSTAT domain Cropland Nutrient Balance disseminates nutrient flows in a given country and year. The cropland nutrient balance can give an indication of nutrient...

FAO Statistical Yearbook 2023

This publication offers a synthesis of the major factors at play in the global food and agricultural landscape. Statistics are presented in four thematic chapters,...

FAO Statistical Pocketbook 2023

FAO’s Statistical Pocketbook complements the Statistical Yearbook, by providing, in an easy and simple way, quick access to top-level numbers, charts and maps on many...

Food balance sheets 2010–2021. Global, regional and country trends. FAOSTAT analytical brief 72

The Statistics Division of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) compiles food balance sheet (FBS) statistics for 187 countries, which present...

A methodology for estimating disaster-induced crop and livestock losses at the global scale. FAO Statistics Working Paper Series / 23-36

Agriculture is particularly vulnerable to extreme climatic events, yet knowledge is lacking regarding the precise extent of losses caused by disasters in the sector. This...

Impact of the 2016/17 drought on Somali livestock keepers. FAO Statistics Working Paper Series / 23-37

Nomadic pastoralism and agropastoralism are the prevailing livestock production systems in Somalia, with a minimal proportion of livestock raised in (peri-)urban stall-feeding operations, amplifying the...

Fall armyworm: measuring damage and loss caused by a novel invasive pest as a guide to sustainable management. FAO Statistics Working Paper Series / 23-38

The rise in global trade and human mobility, along with climate change-induced shifts in weather patterns, has led to the rapid transmission of invasive insect...

The Impact of Disasters on Agriculture and Food Security 2023

Avoiding and reducing losses through investment in resilience