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Sunday, 2019/09/29 | 06:18:42

The Kingdom of the Netherlands has contributed $28 million to back FAO's work to boost the resilience of food systems in Somalia, Sudan, and South Sudan - part of a new initiative to scale-up resilience-based development work in countries affected by protracted crises. In such contexts, humanitarian interventions often focus on meeting immediate and urgent needs, like providing shelter or food aid. In contrast, FAO's Food and Nutrition Security Resilience Programme:

Friday, 2019/09/27 | 08:07:21

Putting the world's eyes in the skies to work to improve human lives and combat climate change is now easier thanks to an overhaul of the Food and Agriculture Organization' innovative geospatial monitoring system. A new version of SEPAL - System for Earth Observation Data Access, Processing and Analysis for Land Monitoring - has been developed that enables advanced forest monitoring from mobile phones.

Thursday, 2019/09/26 | 08:25:26

Beans are an important staple for many people in Africa and Latin America. However, pests and diseases severely reduce bean yields, such as the dreaded angular leaf spot disease which can cause yield losses of up to 80 percent. Researchers from ETH Zurich and the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) worked to investigate the resistance of beans to angular leaf spot disease

Wednesday, 2019/09/25 | 08:14:46

Researchers from Washington State University have for the first time grown in the laboratory the bacteria that causes Citrus Greening Disease, the world's most harmful citrus disease. The researchers were able to grow the elusive and poorly understood bacterium, Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus (CLas) and reported their work in the journal Biofilm.

Tuesday, 2019/09/24 | 07:35:38

DNA delivery into tissue cultures is a simple method for expressing CRISPR-Cas9 and creating genome edits in the plants. This approach, however, allows strong doses of CRISPR-Cas9 to persist far beyond the incidence of targeting i.e. until genetic segregation of the Cas9 gene.

 

Monday, 2019/09/23 | 07:54:41

Researchers from the University of Cambridge's Sainsbury Laboratory (SLCU) and Department of Plant Sciences have discovered that drought stress can trigger the activity of a family of jumping genes (Rider retrotransposons) previously known to contribute to fruit shape and color in tomatoes. Their research revealed that the Rider family is also present and active in other plants such as rapeseed, beetroot, and quinoa.

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.

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