FAO in Pakistan
Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in Khyber...
Islamabad- Pakistan is an agrarian economy where 60- 70% population’s livelihoods depend on the agriculture...
Gender-based violence prevails as one of the most inhuman exploit throughout the world, it has no boundaries either national, social or economic.  In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, the gendered implications have highlighted the unequal impact of the pandemic. In Pakistan, women being essential contributors to economic and social...
The need to achieve Agenda 2030 is on the priority list of all government and non-government agencies. In Pakistan, FAO is supporting the Government to prioritize and set targets of SDGs related to Agriculture and Natural Resources Management (ANR) through consultative workshops and trainings. These consultations will catalyze the process...
By Mina` Dowlatchahi, Keith Cressman, Aamer Irshad, Mubarik AhmedLocated in the middle of the annual Desert Locust migration corridor between Iran and India, Pakistan is highly exposed to damages caused by this highly destructive pest. Due to a changed pattern of rains, starting from second half of 2019, Desert Locust...
19/10/2020 Islamabad: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (Headquarter) held a webinar on “Addressing the gendered impact of COVID-19: Experiences from Pakistan”. FAO and UN Women Pakistan participated as speakers to explore the gender and COVID-sensitive Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) activities of the two UN agencies....
At the global World Food Day ceremony today, speakers called for solidarity to help all populations and to build back better by making food systems more robust and resilient. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) observed World Food Day 2020 in collaboration with the Ministry of...