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Friday
30/09/2011
Trade facilitation in Bangladesh through information technology
The aim of this paper is to examine information technology (IT) related trade facilitation measures and their impacts from the viewpoint of small and ... ....
Tuesday
27/09/2011
Opening the door to carbon crediting for restoring degraded grasslands
The vast potential of grasslands to trap atmospheric carbon and help slow down global warming is one step closer to being realized thanks to a new methodology developed by FAO and ....
Tuesday
27/09/2011
Statement by FAO Director-General Jacques Diouf on the death of Wangari Maathai
Wangari Maathai dedicated her life to saving the planet from environmental degradation and improving the well being of people, not only in Kenya, but around the world. ....
Tuesday
27/09/2011
Ecotourism can play vital role in maintaining healthy forests
The continuing boom in ecotourism has the potential to save endangered forests or destroy them, depending on how effectively tourism expansion is managed, an international partner ....
Saturday
24/09/2011
Building political momentum for famine-free Horn of Africa
“Adequate and predictable” financial resources are needed to resolve the crisis in the Horn of Africa, according to FAO Director-General Jacques Diouf. It is necessary to sustain ....
Friday
23/09/2011
Farmers in southern Pakistan face worse flooding than last year
FAO is seeking donor support to address the most time-critical needs of millions of rural families in Pakistan, where heavy monsoon rains have destroyed or damaged 73 percent of c ....
Thursday
22/09/2011
The implications of climate change on the poor in Africa cities
Poor people living in hazardous and unhealthy environments in urban areas may find their difficulties compounded by the consequences of climate change. ... ....
Wednesday
21/09/2011
FAO-supported forest policy in Gambia wins award
Gambia's Community Forestry Policy, put in place with support from FAO, has won silver in the 2011 Future Policy Awards as one of the world's most inspiring and innovative forest ....
Tuesday
20/09/2011
Using ICTs for healthcare in Sri Lanka
ICT tools are crucial to providing urgently needed information and knowledge to healthcare professionals and the general public regardless of their geographical ... ....
Wednesday
14/09/2011
Africa must face climate change head on
FAO and African leaders are working together to move quickly to adopt a "climate-smart" approach to agriculture to fight the impacts of climate change and increasing scarcity of n ....
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