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    Vers la faim zéro 1945-2030 2017
    Cet ouvrage présente une collection unique d’images documentant le rôle majeur de la FAO dans la lutte contre la faim dans le monde depuis 1945. Il met en lumière les efforts continus de l’Organisation pour aider ses Membres à atteindre l’objectif «Faim zéro» dans un monde en mutation, confronté à de nouveaux défis pressants, allant de la migration au changement climatique. L’avant-propos du Directeur général de la FAO, ainsi que l’introduction du Directeur du Bureau de la communication de l a FAO sur la Faim zéro situent le contexte dans lequel s’inscrit le travail de la FAO et offrent un exemple concret de comment la «Faim zéro» peut changer les vies des populations pour le meilleur. Sont présentées par la suite les biographies des cinq ambassadeurs spéciaux de bonne volonté pour la Faim zéro récemment désignés. Au fil du livre, les photos et leurs légendes, accompagnées de textes descriptifs, viennent illustrer le travail et les moments importants de l’histoire de la FAO à trav ers les âges, faisant découvrir au lecteur le détail dans son contexte.
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    The flyer promotes the Towards Zero Hunger 1945–2030 book, which offers a unique glimpse into the photo archive of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, a historic collection of more than a million images documenting the work of the Organization.
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    Mountain agriculture: Opportunities for harnessing Zero Hunger in Asia 2019
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    Mountain food security and nutrition are core issues that can contribute positively to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals but paradoxically are often ignored in Zero Hunger and poverty reduction-related agenda. Under the overall leadership of José Graziano da Silva, the Former Director-General of FAO, sustainable mountain agriculture development is set as a priority in Asia and the Pacific, to effectively address this issue and assist Member Countries in tackling food insecurity and malnutrition in mountain regions. This comprehensive publication is the first of its kind that focuses on the multidimensional status, challenges, opportunities and solutions of sustainable mountain agriculture development for Zero Hunger in Asia. This publication is building on the ‘International Workshop and Regional Expert Consultation on Mountain Agriculture Development and Food Security and Nutrition Governance’, held by FAO RAP and UIR in November 2018 Beijing, in collaboration with partners from national governments, national agriculture institutes, universities, international organizations and international research institutes. The publication provides analysis with evidence on how mountain agriculture could contribute to satisfying all four dimensions of food security, to transform food systems to be nutrition-sensitive, climate-resilient, economically-viable and locally adaptable. From this food system perspective, the priority should be given to focus on specialty mountain product identification (e.g. Future Smart Food), production, processing, marketing and consumption, which would effectively expose the potential of mountain agriculture to contribute to Zero Hunger and poverty reduction. In addition, eight Asian country case studies not only identify context-specific challenges within biophysical-technical, policy, socio-economic and institutional dimensions,
  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (stand-alone)
    Vers la faim zéro 1945-2030 2017
    Cet ouvrage présente une collection unique d’images documentant le rôle majeur de la FAO dans la lutte contre la faim dans le monde depuis 1945. Il met en lumière les efforts continus de l’Organisation pour aider ses Membres à atteindre l’objectif «Faim zéro» dans un monde en mutation, confronté à de nouveaux défis pressants, allant de la migration au changement climatique. L’avant-propos du Directeur général de la FAO, ainsi que l’introduction du Directeur du Bureau de la communication de l a FAO sur la Faim zéro situent le contexte dans lequel s’inscrit le travail de la FAO et offrent un exemple concret de comment la «Faim zéro» peut changer les vies des populations pour le meilleur. Sont présentées par la suite les biographies des cinq ambassadeurs spéciaux de bonne volonté pour la Faim zéro récemment désignés. Au fil du livre, les photos et leurs légendes, accompagnées de textes descriptifs, viennent illustrer le travail et les moments importants de l’histoire de la FAO à trav ers les âges, faisant découvrir au lecteur le détail dans son contexte.
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    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Towards Zero Hunger 1945-2030 Flyer 2018
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    The flyer promotes the Towards Zero Hunger 1945–2030 book, which offers a unique glimpse into the photo archive of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, a historic collection of more than a million images documenting the work of the Organization.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (stand-alone)
    Mountain agriculture: Opportunities for harnessing Zero Hunger in Asia 2019
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    Mountain food security and nutrition are core issues that can contribute positively to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals but paradoxically are often ignored in Zero Hunger and poverty reduction-related agenda. Under the overall leadership of José Graziano da Silva, the Former Director-General of FAO, sustainable mountain agriculture development is set as a priority in Asia and the Pacific, to effectively address this issue and assist Member Countries in tackling food insecurity and malnutrition in mountain regions. This comprehensive publication is the first of its kind that focuses on the multidimensional status, challenges, opportunities and solutions of sustainable mountain agriculture development for Zero Hunger in Asia. This publication is building on the ‘International Workshop and Regional Expert Consultation on Mountain Agriculture Development and Food Security and Nutrition Governance’, held by FAO RAP and UIR in November 2018 Beijing, in collaboration with partners from national governments, national agriculture institutes, universities, international organizations and international research institutes. The publication provides analysis with evidence on how mountain agriculture could contribute to satisfying all four dimensions of food security, to transform food systems to be nutrition-sensitive, climate-resilient, economically-viable and locally adaptable. From this food system perspective, the priority should be given to focus on specialty mountain product identification (e.g. Future Smart Food), production, processing, marketing and consumption, which would effectively expose the potential of mountain agriculture to contribute to Zero Hunger and poverty reduction. In addition, eight Asian country case studies not only identify context-specific challenges within biophysical-technical, policy, socio-economic and institutional dimensions,

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