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Director-General proposes new structure to make FAO agile and efficient
FAO and Rabobank’s new partnership focuses on helping make food systems more sustainable
FAO partners with Adaptation Fund to help vulnerable countries fight impact of climate change
Global food commodity prices rebound in June
Traditional bamboo cultivation system in Republic of Korea earns place on global agricultural heritage sites list
Time to scale up and support Africa’s Great Green Wall
FAO and EU highlight vital role of biodiversity in building sustainable food systems
UK locust sprayers arrive in Pakistan to help tackle crises
Drone Test Yields Breakthrough for Use of Nuclear Technique to Fight Mosquitoes – IAEA Study
FAO Director-General calls for new approach to stop soil loss on World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought
Towards innovative, conflict-sensitive and human rights-based approaches to forest monitoring
Tunisia’s unique farming systems win recognition as part of global agricultural heritage
Global food markets still brace for uncertainty in 2020/21 because of COVID-19 says FAO
Emerging data suggest COVID-19 is driving up hunger in vulnerable countries
Fisheries management works, so it’s time to apply it more broadly
IUU fishing is a great threat to sustainable fisheries
Healthy ecosystems are fundamental for preventing global diseases and ensuring food security
Why has COVID-19 turned into a structural crisis in Pacific?
Thirty countries will benefit as Global Environment Facility funds FAO-led projects
FAO Food Price Index falls to 17-month low
FAO Director-General appeals to donors to scale up response and ease plight of farmers and fishers in Yemen
FAO, GAIN and Johns Hopkins Alliance for a Healthier World launch new online dashboard to inform better food policy
How Past Can Guide Our Stewardship of Tomorrow’s Sustainable Oceans
Using innovation to deliver in Somalia despite COVID-19
UN agencies and Italian Red Cross sign cooperation agreement to prevent COVID-19
Why are current policies to combat deforestation doomed to failure?
FAO Director-General says fight against Desert Locusts will take time, despite significant control gains
As world’s forests continue to shrink, urgent action is needed to safeguard their biodiversity
Welcome outcome on Wildlife Wet Markets
FAO needs $350 million to avert rising hunger as countries reel from COVID-19 pandemic’s impact
FAO makes gains in fight against Desert Locusts in East Africa and Yemen but threat of a food security crisis
Global food commodity prices drop further in April
Forest loss slows globally as sustainable management grows
COVID-19: Using economic stimulus to reduce long-term hunger impact
Despite threat of COVID-19, FAO’s work in Syria carries on – helping farmers grow food and get back on their…
FAO welcomes Russian Federation’s $10 million donation to support fight Desert Locusts in East Africa
Forestry industry must improve safety record
PEF Allocates US$195 Million to More than 60 Low-Income Countries to Fight COVID-19
“COVID-19 could not have come at a worse time for vulnerable communities across
Assessing El Niño’s impact on fisheries and aquaculture around world
FAO urges at G20 meeting protection of food supply chains amid COVID-19 threat
Joint Statement on impact of COVID-19 on food availability and supply
Joint Statement on COVID-19 Impacts on Food Security and Nutrition
Global Report on Food Crises reveals scope of food crises as COVID-19 poses new risks to vulnerable countries
FAO welcomes $10 million donation from Mastercard Foundation to fight Desert Locusts in East Africa
COVID-19: FAO and African Union commit to safeguarding food security amid crisis
National Farmers Federation President’s statement submitted to
COVID-19: should we worry about animals?