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25/07/2022
FAO/IAEA International Symposium on Managing Land and Water for Climate-Smart Agriculture
25/07/2022
Soil and water form the basis of practically all food production. 
21/07/2022
Director-General stresses the importance of FAO’s first-ever Science and Innovation Strategy in achieving new levels of productivity, quality, diversity, efficiency, and environmental sustainability
10/07/2022
Investment, policy changes and better use of resources essential, FAO Director-General stresses
14/06/2022
The two Thematic Strategies will guide FAO’s work in these areas until 2031
30/05/2022
Rome – The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has become a member of the Digital Public Goods Alliance. This underscores FAO’s commitment to the development and championing of digital public goods that will help achieve sustainable agrifood systems and contribute to the...
03/06/2022
Rome - QU Dongyu, FAO Director-General underlined the importance of aquatic food systems for food security and poverty eradication...
24/05/2022
New FAOSTAT domain allows for easier assessment of trends in agriculture sectors around the world.
FAO unveils new public tool based on agricultural census data
12/05/2022

Amsterdam/Rome - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) today received an award of excellence for a digital tool that helps to analyze and compare data on food and agriculture so that interventions can be more targeted to reduce poverty, hunger and increase econ...

FAO Director-General calls for approaches to prevent an even greater crisis at 33rd FAO Regional Conference in Poland
11/05/2022
FAO Director-General calls for approaches to prevent an even greater crisis at 33rd FAO Regional Conference in Poland
Baku conference Group
06/05/2022
Baku - Digital agriculture has great potential to foster the transformation of agrifood systems and  promote rural development, QU Dongyu, Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), emphasized today at the high-level 
28/04/2022

Rome – The head of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), QU Dongyu, today called for a change of pace in the way we protect our mountains, as the climate crisis threatens to further exacerbate the livelihoods of its dwellers and beyond.

08/04/2022
The institutions have a long history of sharing knowledge and harnessing science and innovation for agrifood systems transformation
15/03/2022
Brussels/Rome - Halting deforestation is essential for ending hunger, addressing the climate crisis and ensuring the livelihoods of rural and indigenous communities, while sustaining wildlife and biodiversity. This requires a combination of political will, policy coherence, appropriate fundi...
18/03/2022
Rome/Paris/Geneva/Nairobi - Work to tackle the challenges of human, animal and ecosystem health using a more integrated approach has seen significant progress in the past year, leaders of three international organizations cooperating across these sectors said, as they expanded their group to...
21/03/2022
Rome/Dubai – From drinking a glass of water to building a house, forests are precious resources for people’s lives and are key to solving many global challenges, including the climate crisis and poverty, according to a new report developed by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the Unit...
23/03/2022
Rome – The challenging task that countries face in reporting on greenhouse gas emissions and removals under the United Nations’ climate framework is about to get easier, thanks to a collaborative effort by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and key partners.
13/12/2021

Rome - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Netherlands’ Wageningen University & Research (WUR) have enhanced...