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The GSP joins the IUSS in the celebration of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

The International Day of Women and Girls in Science, observed annually on February 11th, celebrates the vital contributions of women and girls to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). This day recognizes the importance of gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls in scientific endeavors worldwide.


Полученные средства позволят ФАО нарастить усилия по развитию национального и регионального потенциала в области оценки состояния почвы и устойчивого управления мировыми почвенными ресурсами



In November 2023, Antigua and Barbuda's Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Barbuda Affairs (MoA) organized a groundbreaking one-week training session in Saint Johns (Antigua and Barbuda) for their agricultural extension and analytical services officers. The focus of the training was to improve the officers’ expertise in important soil concepts and practical field skills for sustainable soil management. This event marked the launch of the first pilot project of the Global Soil Doctors programme (GSDP) in the Caribbean region.



Kazakhstan, the world’s ninth-largest country, covers an area of 2.72 million square kilometres. Soil health is crucial to the country’s agricultural sector, which has to meet global demands, but currently faces soil carbon loss and soil pollution. To promote soil health, increase soil organic carbon (SOC) stocks, and address soil pollution, the FAO’s Global Soil Partnership (GSP) has taken steps to introduce the Recarbonization of Global Agricultural Soils (RECSOIL) initiative in Kazakhstan. In collaboration with FAO Kazakhstan and the Ministry of Agriculture, the GSP has successfully taken steps towards soil recarbonization and soil pollution remediation through meetings clarifying key actors in soil research and management and Kazakhstan, bilateral discussions with government representatives, and holding two RECSOIL workshops to engage and identify project partners.



From January 16 to 18 January 2024, the International Network of Soil Biodiversity (NETSOB) of the Global Soil Partnership (GSP) convened two significant gatherings: a virtual annual network meeting and a board workshop. These events attracted the interest of over 300 participants, signifying a robust interest in the preservation and understanding of soil biodiversity.