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Sunday, 2019/09/22 | 05:53:58

The Haor region is a wetland ecosystem in north-eastern Bangladesh, which is located in a tectonic depression. During the monsoon period, the Haor gets between 3,000 and 4,000 mm of rainfall, together with the flow of monsoon river from the Meghalaya and Barak basins. The Haor gets completely flooded with between four and eight metres of water for around six months of the year. At these times, the area looks like an inland sea.

Saturday, 2019/09/21 | 08:02:54

The meeting - the third since it was introduced in 2017 and held at FAO - is an important avenue to make the FAO-IFAD-WFP collaboration even stronger, discuss issues of common concern, and put food security at the forefront of the global agenda. The three agencies have come a long way in their shared vision and work towards a hunger-free world, and are ahead of the curve when it comes to collaboration on the ground and in ways that best serve the communities who need it most.

Friday, 2019/09/20 | 08:23:40

Improving global food systems is essential to addressing climate change, mitigating biodiversity loss, and meeting both sustainability and human development goals. International assessments from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services and business and technology innovations such as lab-grown and plant-based meat, as well as many consumer diet trends, can all be traced to studies that identify undesirable impacts of certain food systems

Thursday, 2019/09/19 | 08:20:38

The World Health Organization (WHO) congratulates the Government of Kenya for launching the world’s first malaria vaccine today in Homa Bay County, western Kenya. The malaria vaccine pilot programme is now fully underway in Africa, as Kenya joins Ghana and Malawi to introduce the landmark vaccine as a tool against a disease that continues to affect millions of children in Africa.

Wednesday, 2019/09/18 | 08:18:16

Over a period of 12 years (2007-2019), the Tropical Legumes projects led to development of 266 improved legume varieties and production of about 498,034 tons of certified seeds of the target legume crops (chickpea, common bean, cowpea, pigeonpea, groundnut and soybean). These seeds have been planted on about 5.0 million ha by over 25 million smallholder farmers in 15 countries in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and South Asia (SA), producing about 6.1 million tons of grain worth US$ 3.2 billion.

Tuesday, 2019/09/17 | 08:14:35

The partnership will benefit from IRRI’s six decades of expertise in rice science-based solutions in Asia, and AATF’s expertise in accessing, disseminating, and commercializing innovative agricultural technologies through a wide network of public and private sector collaborators, supported by knowledge of the needs of African farmers.

Monday, 2019/09/16 | 08:27:57

The FAO Director-General Qu Dongyu participated in his first informal meeting of the Rome-based UN food agencies' governing bodies, held today at WFP's headquarters.The meeting - the third since it was introduced in 2017 and held at FAO - is an important avenue to make the FAO-IFAD-WFP collaboration even stronger, discuss issues of common concern, and put food security at the forefront of the global agenda.

Sunday, 2019/09/15 | 06:10:08

A study from the Office of the Gene Technology Regulator revealed that although only 13 percent of Australians expressed their support for genetically modified foods, 50 percent gave ‘conditional support', or those who want to ensure that GM foods are safe and properly regulated before they give the nod to these products. The study likewise found that Australians generally had low knowledge and conflicting beliefs on genetic modification (GM).

Saturday, 2019/09/14 | 07:17:39

One of the many problems of agriculture is over-fertilization of agricultural fields. Excess phosphorus from fertilized fields finds its way into nearby rivers and lakes, resulting in increased aquatic plant growth. When this happens, oxygen levels in the water plunge, leading to fish die-offs and other harmful effects.

Friday, 2019/09/13 | 08:13:43

Students in Uganda are wondering why the government is building a lot of capacity in biotech while creating a policy environment that may discourage innovation and inventions. This was expressed by biotech students from the University of Kisubi on September 7, 2019 during the first ever inter-university biotechnology symposium

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