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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in Togo

Agriculture is one of the main drivers of Togo’s economy, but the steep drop in global cotton prices in recent years dealt a blow to many farmers.

Sudanese Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry

The development of the agriculture is very important for the success of the Sudan’s aims to reduce poverty, increase the economic growth and achieve a sustainable development in the country.

NASU-NSAU forecasts winter wheat yield in Ukraine for 2012

UN-SPIDER's Regional Support Office (RSO) in Ukraine, the Space Research Institute NASU-NSAU, has elaborated an operational forecast of the winter wheat yield in Ukraine for 2012 using Earth Observ

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United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) in Maldives

In Maldives, UNICEF is trying to ensure exclusive breastfeeding and quality complementary feeding, together with safe drinking water and adequate sanitation.

Guatemalan Secretariat for Food and Nutritional Security (SESAN)

The SESAN is the institution responsible for planning, coordinating, integrating and monitoring the interventions food and nutritional security interventions in the public sector, society and inter

Guatemalan National Geographic Institute (IGN)

The National Geographic Institute "Engineer Alfredo Gomez Obiols" is an agency of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food (MAGA).

Guatemalan Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food (MAGA)

The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food of Guatemala is a public institution that promotes the sustainable management of the natural resources in order to prompt the territorial, agricultur

United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Burkina Faso

The Sahel, in Burkina Faso is facing an unprecedented crisis situation since 2005.

World Food Programme (WFP) in Burkina Faso

With a population of 14 million (as per Census 2006 data), of whom 43.9 % lives below the poverty line, and almost half is under 15, Burkina Faso is classified as both a least developed country and