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Latin America and Caribbean can be at the forefront of global food and agriculture, provided it first tackles hunger and inequality

FAO Director-General points to priority areas for action to heads of state and government at regional CELAC forum.

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As the pace of urbanization quickens in Asia-Pacific, so too does the threat of urban food insecurity – UN agencies report

In 2021, 396 million people in the region were undernourished and an estimated 1.05 billion people suffered from moderate or severe food insecurity.

FAO outlines three pillars of action for initiatives in Ukraine in 2023

Chief Economist Máximo Torero Cullen briefs Ministers at G-7 meeting in Berlin.

At GFFA in Berlin, FAO stresses importance of making agrifood systems more resilient against multiple shocks

FAO’s work and vision were highlighted in several panels as well as the final communiqué


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