The campaign aims to complement the ongoing efforts of the European Commission and other international organisations to work towards the eradication of the disease in Europe.
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The FAO Food Price Index was primarily driven up by dairy and oil price increases, but meat saw a decline of almost 10 percent compared to 2019.
The FAO-led, multi-stakeholder coalition, which aims to collectively address the impacts of the pandemic on food systems and agriculture across the world, now has support from 35 nations.
The World Organisation for Animal Health and the Food and Agricultural Organization have come together to try and halt the global spread of African Swine fever - the deadly pig disease already impacting the pork industry in 51 countries.
FAO and WFP have collaborated on an analysis of countries which could be part of the "worst food crisis in generations".
The project aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve land and water use, and empower farmers to reduce food losses and address the challenges of inequality.
A recent FAO report has highlighted sustainable aquaculture development and effective fisheries management as crucial to ensuring future food and nutritional security.
Marking International Tea Day, FAO led a virtual event attended by tea exporters, producers, experts and advocacy organisations to highlight the need to prioritise the sustainability and prosperity of the tea sector.
The Informatory Note aims to demonstrate the role that cold chains can play in improving global food security.
Whilst addressing the Agriculture Ministers of the G20 countries, the FAO Director-General highlighted essential actions that must be taken in order to maintain the supply chains of the future.