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A battle plan for insuring global food supplies during COVID-19 crisis
FAO hand in hand with Italy in fight against COVID-19
UN fast tracks $10 million loan to help scale up FAO action to fight Desert Locusts
FAO leads way to clearer peatland mapping and monitoring
Green Climate Fund approves a $119 million climate resilient project for Cuba
Traditional farming system in Brazil added to global agricultural heritage list
FAO prioritizes staff wellbeing in fight to contain COVID-19
Acute food insecurity hotspots need urgent attention
Securing sustainable food systems hinges on gender equality
Dry weather increases by two list of countries in need of external food assistance
World food prices drop in February
DTU helps boost resistance surveillance in Africa and Asia
Germany contributes EUR 50 million to strengthen resilience
UK supercomputer to combat Africa’s worst locust outbreak in decades
FAO welcomes €17 million contribution from Germany to combat impact of Desert Locust upsurge
Harnessing Artificial Intelligence’s transformative power to make food systems more efficient
Ramping up fight against Fall Armyworm
FAO welcomes European Union contribution of €11 million to fight Desert Locust outbreak
Locusts in East Africa: A race against time
Arctic’s Global Seed Vault to receive 1000 types of seeds from Warwick’s Vegetable Genebank
World’s food systems rely on biodiversity
Penn State responds: App aids UN efforts to control Africa’s locust infestation
Hunger threatens over half of population in South Sudan
Possibly more food wasted than previously thought
Italy and FAO highlight importance of Mediterranean diet for sustainable management of land
Cooperation models for transforming agricultural sector
FAO Director-General says greater action needed to avert a humanitarian crisis as Desert Locust
“Team effort” is high road to achieving Sustainable Development Goals
FAO highlights role of pulses in fighting hunger and achieving healthy diets for all
Africa Solidarity Trust Fund donates $1 million to efforts to combat Desert Locust
World food prices rise in January
Low level of hunger but high prevalence of moderate food insecurity, overweight
WWF UK builds new headquarters with native forest timbers whilst WWF Australia says ban native timbers…go figure
FAO hails Europe’s forest restoration ambitions
European Union provides €82 million for an FAO-led initiative targeting rural communities
FAO and Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences strengthen efforts to build sustainability
A “game changer” for world’s most vulnerable, says FAO Director-General
Nature-based solutions to climate change must be scaled up across food systems
FAO Director-General kicks off International Mountain Day
Three million undernourished people in Asia-Pacific need to be lifted out of hunger every single
Pulses take stage in flagship partnership
FAO Council approves structural changes including new offices to support least developed countries
FAO offers novel assessment of trees and forests in world’s drylands
World food prices jump in November
Hand-in-Hand Initiative creates a new business model for partners to work together to end poverty
FAO to open Partnership and Liaison Office in Kuwait
FAO Director-General introduces innovation agenda to Council
Spain’s Horta of Valencia wins recognition on FAO’s global agricultural heritage list