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Aquaculture is also crucial in helping feed the world even though not directly reflected in SDG14 on Life Below Water.
Agricultural Outlook 2022-31 underscores crucial role of investments in technology, infrastructure and human capital.
FAO’s The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture says growth driven by aquaculture.
FAO’s State of Agricultural Commodity Markets examines ways to enhance the contribution of trade to food security, resilience and environmental goals.
Rapid Response and Mitigation Plan focuses on four epicentres: Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia.
Follow the latest takeaways and FAO engagements from the ECOSOC HAS, taking place in New York from 21 to 23 June. An essential platform for discussing the activities and issues related to strengthening the coordination and effectiveness of the humanitarian assistance of the United Nations, the 2022 ECOSOC HAS provides an opportunity for Member...
Director-General Qu Dongyu spoke at the "Uniting for Global Food Security" event.
Earlier this month, Global Network against Food Crises members convened a roundtable policy dialogue from New York, on global acute food insecurity and famine risk.
Five countries will benefit from projects focusing on biodiversity and water security.
Farmers need urgent support to plant in the coming weeks.
New FAO/EBRD report shows pathways for decarbonizing agrifood systems.
Urgent, timely and at-scale humanitarian interventions and livelihood support needed to avert an impending hunger crisis.
FAO Chief Economist, Máximo Torero, spoke at the Meeting on Transition from Relief to Development, ahead of the Economic and Social Council Humanitarian Affairs Segment (ECOSOC HAS). Preceding the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Humanitarian Affairs Segment (HAS) taking place from 21 to 23 June, today’s ECOSOC annual meeting on the...
FAO Director-General addressed Members of the FAO Council today, wrapping up the 170th Session of the executive organ of the FAO Conference.
Interview with Cyril Ferrand, FAO’s Resilience Team Leader for East Africa, and Carla Mucavi, FAO Country Representative in Kenya.
The two Thematic Strategies will guide FAO’s work in these areas until 2031.
$195 million emergency project aims to provide critical life-saving and livelihood assistance to smallholder farmers.
Director-General hails “extraordinary” efforts made by Members, staff and partners as FAO readies for “next normal”.
FAO flags risks to food security from high food and agricultural input prices.
FAO Director-General participates along with dozens of ministers in summit to tackle higher prices for food, fertilizer and fuel.