UN agency honours traditional farming sites in China, Iran, Republic of Korea

May 05, 14 UN agency honours traditional farming sites in China, Iran, Republic of Korea

Posted by in End rural poverty, Latest News

UN NEWS CENTRE | 1 May 2014 – The birthplace of jasmine tea and a nearly 3,000 year old irrigation system are among the traditional farming sites designated “globally important” land use systems or landscapes by the United Nations food and agricultural agency, it was announced today. Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems...

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Will play for food

May 02, 14 Will play for food

Posted by in Latest News, Participants

The power of sports to fight hunger Blog post  by Richard Loat, Founder, Sport for Food. From the first world to the third world you are faced with a barrage of differences, obstacles, and challenges to tackling any issue. From different cultural nuances, language barriers and geographic hurdles it can be up and down to say the...

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FAO and National Geographic announce collaboration exploring future of food

May 01, 14 FAO and National Geographic announce collaboration exploring future of food

Posted by in Featured, Latest News

Partnership kicks off with live-streamed May 2 event in Washington, D.C., and May cover story in National Geographic Magazine FAO NEWS | 30 April 2014, Rome – The National Geographic Society and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) are teaming up to raise awareness on food and agriculture issues as...

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