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FAO Afghanistan Quarterly Newsletter, June 2018 - Issue#13












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    This newsletter, Volume 16, highlights the most interesting accomplishments and captures success stories from FAO Afghanistan for the months of April - June 2019. This issue of the newsletter covers the following topics: Danish Ambassador and Norwegian Minister Counsellor visits drought-affected farmers in Herat; FAO Afghanistan awarded for work on the country’s water management system; Empowering women to improve their livelihoods in Afghanistan; Making its mark – FAO and EU support the development of Afghanistan’s first geographical Indication system; Improving Food Security and Nutrition in Afghanistan to achieve the objective of Zero Hunger; Monitoring , Analysis and better data are bringing better agriculture to Afghanistan; New in Country animal feed lab mean quicker processing at reduced cost.
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    This newsletter, Volume 15, highlights the most interesting accomplishments and captured success stories from FAO Afghanistan for the months of October - December 2018. Stories included cover the topics of: Geneva conference on Afghanistan; FAO’s Emergency and Rehabilitation Division Director’s visit from drought-affected areas in Herat; Commemorating World Food Day in Afghanistan, Vaccination of 5 million sheep and goats against PPR in 2018; establishment of basic tools for the production of virus-free potato seeds; distribution of livelihoods assistance to the most affected households by drought.
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    This issue highlights the most interesting accomplishments and stories from FAO Afghanistan for the months of July - September 2018. The newsletter describes a new Japanese-funded project on irrigation. It covers the departure of the Japanese FAOR and the arrival of the new FAOR, Mr. Rajendra Aryal to the country. Other stories include the beginning of the FAO emergency animal feed distribution project; the success in turning barren desert into farmland; a study tour of irrigation works in Japan; clean energy equipment that was built and/or distributed in one province; a succesful irrigation and small hydropower project that is still benefitting a remote community years after project end; and the completion of a large vaccination campaign in the Eastern region of the country.

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