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Veterinary students gain real-world experience

Dushanbe – 50 graduate student of the faculty of veterinary science of the Tajik Agrarian University named after Shirinsho Shotemur will gain professional experience...

FAO training in Moscow to help monitor, fight ‘superbugs’

27 August 2018, Moscow, Russia – The growing resistance of bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites to antimicrobials is a grave health concern the world...

Hungarian folk art festival showcases FAO’s work on rural crafts in...

A Hungarian master attentively places his basketry utensils while Konobaeva Venera, a weaving master from Kyrgyzstan, packs up after a weaving workshop. Nearby, other...

Healthy soils are essential to achieve Zero Hunger, peace and prosperity

FAO Director-General urges countries to scale up soils' potential to help address climate change Improving the health of the world's soils is essential to achieve...

Fall Armyworm likely to spread from India to other parts of...

FAO offers its expertise to farmers and governments in Asia on best ways to manage the invasive pest 14 August 2018, Rome/Bangkok - Fall Armyworm...

FAO Food Price Index post sharps drop in July

Export prices for cereals, dairy, sugar, meat and vegetable oils all decline Global agricultural food commodity prices fell sharply in July, as all the major...

Gender equality efforts in five countries highlighted in new FAO study

More than a matter of human rights, gender equality in agriculture is key to eliminating poverty and hunger. Only by closing the gender gap...

FAO publishes new State of the World’s Forests report

Time is running out for the world’s forests, whose total area is shrinking by the day, warns a new FAO report urging governments to...

FAO Food Price Index declines in June for the first time...

Global trade tensions cast shadow on grain and vegetable oil quotations International agricultural food commodity prices fell in June for the first time in 2018,...

FAO hosts meeting to strengthen collaboration on transboundary animal diseases

In parts of Asia, where animal transport often happens quickly through unregulated and remote border areas, animal diseases are especially difficult to control. Because of...

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