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    Promoting climate smart agriculture and agricultural biodiversity for enhancing the adaptive capacity of vulnerable rural communities in old and new lands of Upper and Lower Egypt 2024
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    The project on "Promoting climate smart agriculture and agricultural biodiversity for enhancing the adaptive capacity of vulnerable rural communities in old and new lands of Upper and Lower Egypt" will contribute to the adaptation to climate change of poor and vulnerable rural populations in the old and new lands of Egypt, namely in 36 Hayat Karima villages within Aswan, Beheira and Kafr El-Sheikh. This objective is to be achieved by developing and implementing nature-based and climate-resilient techniques – ensuring that no one relying on agricultural production and agri-food systems for their wellbeing is left behind (including landless, unemployed, underemployed or seasonally employed rural women and youth). The Project will thus reduce food insecurity induced by climate change and will improve livelihoods. To accomplish its objectives, the project will undertake several activities leading to three main outputs during a span of four years as indicated in this brochure.
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    Global strategy for the prevention and control of high pathogenic avian influenza (2024–2033)
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    2024
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    This four-pager document provides a high-level strategic direction to support and inform the development and/or revision of national and regional action plans for HPAI prevention and control. It is not intended to be prescriptive or binding. It presents the animal health sector including the wildlife component (with a particular focus on poultry as the sector where animal health interventions can significantly reduce HPAI) of a wider One Health approach to the prevention and control of HPAI.
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    The CCSBT Seabird Project 2024
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    This series was produced for fishers and is intended to be displayed onboard. Explicit design features include to transcend the need for translation, while providing at-a-glance visual representations of technical, safety and practical aspects of seabird bycatch mitigation regulations and recommendations. The CCSBT Seabird Project aims to assist tuna longline fleets to meet existing obligations to mitigate the risk to seabirds.
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    Support to the diversification and sustainable crop production intensification for smallholder farmers in the drylands of Borno State (GCP/INT/1019/TUR) 2024
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    Agriculture is the main contributor to Nigeria's national economy, with over 65 percent of the population directly or indirectly relying on it for their livelihoods. Women and youth make up 50–70 percent of the sector's economically active population. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), in cooperation with the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry of the Republic of Türkiye and the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is supporting the capacity development of farmers and institutions. This is achieved through a project aimed at promoting sustainable crop production management techniques. The project expects to improve the capacity of farmers, agricultural and extension specialists, and researchers in diversifying cropping systems and the adoption and promotion of improved crop management techniques.
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    Optimiser le traitement des données de terrain avec Open Foris Arena 2024
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    Arena est une plateforme multifonctionnelle basée sur le cloud qui permet de concevoir des enquêtes, de saisir des données, de gérer, de traiter et d’établir des rapports sur les inventaires forestiers et d’autres campagnes de collecte de données sur le terrain. Cet outil gratuit et libre d’accès permet de disposer de bases de données de qualité et de générer des statistiques précises avec un minimum d’efforts, grâce à une interface conviviale. Développé dans le cadre de l’initiative Open Foris de la Division des forêts de l’Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’alimentation et l’agriculture, Arena permet d’exécuter et d’améliorer les tâches complexes d’Open Foris Collect et d’Open Foris Calc, le tout au sein d’une seule et même plateforme.