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Success stories

22 Sep 2015
Malgré les succès récents de l’Amérique latine dans la réduction du nombre de personnes touchées par la faim de 24 pour cent, plus de 49 millions de personnes souffrent de la faim chaque jour. La région produit suffisamment de nourriture, cependant, la pauvreté interdit l’accès à une alimentation nourrissante. Les enfants en particulier sont gravement touchés, puisque une nutrition inadéquate peut non seulement causer des problèmes de santé, mais également réduire la perspective de vie sur le long terme. La faim diminue le développement cognitif des enfants, la performance, la participation et se traduit souvent par l’absentéisme. Lisez plus!
12 May 2015
Agricultural production and productivity in sub-Saharan Africa remain significantly lower than the global average. There is an urgent need to address the production gap and enhance the adaptive capacity of Africa’s agricultural landscapes, considering the rapidly growing population and changing climate. Interest in enhancing sustainable rice and aquaculture productivity across the continent is at an all-time high. 
18 Feb 2015
No one feels the effects of climate change quite like farmers. In Mongolia, the growing season lasts for just 90 days and weather conditions have grown increasingly unpredictable, affecting crop production and, in turn, dietary diversity and nutrition. Malnutrition is high and diets are highly imbalanced.
27 Nov 2014
The SSC programme started during the Obasanjo regime, with the signature of the first Tripartite Agreement between Nigeria, China and FAO  in February 2003 to launch e the first phase of the programme. The Government of Nigeria has been proactive in soliciting and coordinating exchange of knowledge through SSC and has allocated a total of USD 42.0 million from its own budget in support of the programme implementation.
17 Sep 2014
Aquaculture production in sub-Saharan Africa remains low with a per capita consumption of 9.1 kg/year. The potential is unexploited, and countries such as the Republic of Namibia, which has one of the most productive fishing grounds in the world, also has great potential for freshwater aquaculture development due to its favorable weather conditions. However, there is a lack of high-quality fish seed and feed available, as well as limited technical capacity in the aquaculture industry. This project is finding innovative ways to produce fish in remote areas. Farmed fish can provide additional income and could guarantee a steady supply to...
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