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Optimizing Egypt’s Food Value Chain with Cutting-Edge Technology

Over the years, Egypt has been recognized as the cradle of civilization and a nation synonymous with the Nile’s fertile bounty, however, this nation also faces a crucial challenge in.

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Celebrating African Women’s Leadership on International Day of Rural Women

The immense contribution of rural women, including indigenous women, to improving food security, reducing rural poverty, and advancing agricultural and rural development can never be overemphasized. It is for this.

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A World Free of Hunger is Possible

” One cannot think well, love well and sleep well if one has not dined well”. Virginia Woolf If you want to know the connection between thinking, loving, sleeping and.

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World Food Prices jump 13%, hit record high in March – FAO

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation, FAO, says world food prices rose over 13% in March to a new high, as the conflict in Ukraine wreaked havoc on markets.

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FAO, AU launch agriculture mechanization drive in Africa

FAO and the African Union have launched a new framework document that aims to increase agricultural efficiency and reduce drudgery by helping countries in Africa to develop strategies for sustainable.

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Zimbabwe: $35m Needed for Drought Relief – FAO

The Food and Agriculture Organisation requires $35 million for its 2016 /17 drought relief programme targeted at 486 000 households in Zimbabwe. FAO said the programme has been funded to.

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