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WPF releases training video series for Africa's poultry farmers
The 2021 World Food Prize recognises that fish are key for reducing hunger and malnutrition
Herbalife Nutrition appoints first South African NAB member
Covid-19 economic impact failed to put brakes on climate change - WMO report
Why healthy food and its local production should be part of the Covid-19 response
Children are going hungry, and their futures are on the line. Evidence from Ghana
Sustainable urbanisation the focus this World Cities Day
Africa has a growing food security problem: why it can't be fixed without proper data
New UN report: Tens of millions more going hungry globally
Covid-19 recovery is a chance to improve the African food system
A deserted street in Cairo after coronavirus-related restrictions were tightened. Egypt has been one of the hardest hit in Africa. Photo by Mohamed Elraai/picture alliance via Getty Images
After Covid-19, Africa can build back better
UN food agencies offer support to China
WFP forecasts global hunger hotspots in 2020
WFP calls on global community to support hungry millions in Zim
Farming in South Africa is under threat from climate change. Here's how
Food systems development needs a new trajectory - FAO director-general
Ster-Kinekor Sales to air WFP's new "Feed our Future" ad campaign
Maza Wanawake Kwanza Growers Association via
South Africa should learn from Brazil about how to tackle 'hidden hunger'
#AfricaMonth: Taking drone solutions to new heights
2019 WSIS Forum concludes highlighting contributions of tech in achieving SDGs
Photo: United Nations
Cyclone Idai 'yet another alarm bell' signalling impacts of climate change - Guterres
South African teams on the ground in Mozambique, aided by the South African Air Force. Image credit: IPSS Medical Rescue/Paul Herbst.
Aerial view of Tengani, Nsanje, Malawi, affected by floods due to the incessant rains from March 5 to March 9, 2019.
The EU putting civil-military cooperation in practise in the Horn of Africa
New financing mechanism protects against climate change
AI will be used by humanitarian organisations - this could deepen neocolonial tendencies
Why ozone poses a challenge to food security
Let them eat carp: Fish farms are helping to fight hunger
Eyibeauty Oyelowo via
Upgrading the cactus pear from a weed run wild to an essential crop
Conflict and climate change lead to a rise in global hunger
José Graziano da Silva, director-general, FAO. ©FAO/Alessandra Benedetti.
What sub-Sahara can learn from India's 'Green revolution': the good and the bad
Food aid for DRC refugees
The grey long-eared bat. Anton Alberdi / Bat conservation trust, Author provided
Kate HoltAusAID via
Food insecurity increases global migration: UN
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Stephen Morrison/AusAID via
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Severe food shortages impact Africa's refugees
Image by 123RF
Oxfam East Africa via
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Rwanda to export fortified foods
Eating insects has long made sense in Africa. The world must catch up
By Kate Holt_AusAID –
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