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Could fiber – long considered something to avoid in developing countries – help kids thrive?
Addressing hunger is “foundation for stability and peace”
Government of Sudan, FAO and WFP call for investment in Sudan’s agriculture as number of people facing acute food insecurity reaches
Nobel insights into using social media for development
Ghost in seashell
Millets prove tasty solution to climate and food security challenges
Climate change and indigenous peoples, afro-descendants and migrants examined at global seminar
Economic empowerment of rural women positively impacts social norms and strengthens food security
FAO-UNEP call for bold move to restore world’s ecosystems
Efficient meat and dairy farming needed to curb methane emissions, study finds
Embedding biodiversity in all we do
Europe and Central Asia: “economic and agricultural powerhouse” with solutions at hand
FAO “walks talk” on climate
Strengthening health and agri-food systems must go hand-in-hand
Three Priority Intervention Areas to Provide West Africans with Sufficient, Affordable, and Nutritious Food
World Bank Supports Small Scale Lebanese Farmers Reeling under Pressure of Lebanon’s Multiple Crises
Bees are fundamental to our lives, says FAO Director-General
New international expert panel to address emergence and spread of zoonotic diseases
Half of population in Central African Republic in grip of dire food insecurity emergency, UN warns
“Digitalization is way of new life and new economy”
Gardening is ‘political’ says Irish celebrity horticulturist
World is converging on need for sustainable agri-food systems
Veterinary vaccines protect humans as well as animals, says Director-General
EU contribution of €8 million will strengthen gains in Desert Locust fight
Q&A on Pests and Pesticide Management
New FAO-led food security and nutrition report for Europe and Central Asia elaborates on costs of a healthy diet
Director-General hails FAO employees for their dedication and resilience amid pandemic
Southern Madagascar: Government and UN sound alarm on famine risk, urge action
Free up ‘bottlenecks’ stifling Africa’s agri-food sector – FAO chief
Unlock and Unblock: twin track to boost food security in Africa
Science, technology and innovation are crucial to efforts aimed at transforming agri-food systems
YOUTH20 Inception Meeting: work of G20 engagement group dedicated to young people has begun
FAO will implement a new Nutrition Strategy to ensure healthy diets for all
Urgent and scaled-up action needed to reduce suffering in South Sudan
International food prices continue rising in April
From where I stand: “The more Roma women are visible, more impact they have on society as
155 million faced acute food insecurity in 2020, conflict key driver
Acute food insecurity soars to five-year high warns Global Report on Food Crises
La Niña looms large over Afghanistan as one-third of Afghan population acutely food insecure today
FAO Council ends successfully and paves way for first virtual Conference in history
FAO and WFP launch global consultation to help alleviate hunger and transform agri-food systems
FAO Director-General calls at UN General Assembly for decisive action to tackle antimicrobial resistance
FAO and BADEA scale-up partnership in support of African countries
More sustainable forest industries essential to meet global 2050 carbon neutrality goal, says new UN FAO Forestry Advisory Chair
UN General Assembly to hold High-level Interactive Dialogue on Antimicrobial Resistance – a global health and development threat
Collaborative Partnership on Forests calls for halt to deforestation
Historic opportunities for global action to eradicate poverty, end hunger and reduce inequalities
G20 Green Garden is born