Within the framework of the SDG week in Uzbekistan, a round table was held on “Strengthening food security, improving diets and promoting sustainable agriculture”.
FAO organized workshop for journalists
Conducted in English, Russian and Turkish, the webinar gave participants from across the sector an opportunity to learn about Uzbekistan’s fishery and aquaculture potential and to exchange regional perspectives on the FISHCap project.
FAO Representation in Uzbekistan in cooperation with the Ministry of Agriculture of Uzbekistan and the Association “Women of the Agricultural Sector” of Uzbekistan
The Programme on Support to Sustainable Apiculture Development is being implemented in Uzbekistan
An inception workshop was held on the FAO four-year project “Smart Farming for the Future Generation”, which is being implemented in Uzbekistan
FAO is hosting Workshop on GIS-technologies in TSAU
Japan is considering extending a coronavirus spurred state of emergency in the capital, Tokyo, and other major urban areas,
Uzbekistan embarked on an ambitious reform path in 2017, starting to liberalize its economy after years of state control.
Post-harvest food loss is a leading cause of food insecurity for millions of people across the world. In 2019, 690 million suffered from hunger and the situation has worsened due to the COVID-19 pandemic.