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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Six high school students who participated in the Pennsylvania School for Excellence in the Agricultural Sciences at Penn State over the summer recently attended the 2017 World Food Prize International Symposium, held in Des Moines, Iowa.
In Asia, the humble rice grain has far-reaching impacts on lives and economies. Dr. Bruce Tolentino of the International Rice Research Institute shares his insights.
HOW does food security be achieved?
New Zealand (NZ) and United Nation’s (UN) Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) have committed to further support the Philippine government in developing the agriculture sector of Mindanao as well as the region’s food security situation.
While serving as the largest source of food for Jakarta, West Java has played an important role as one of two Indonesian provinces, along with East Java, that have become the country’s biggest contributors of rice.
We, the Heads of State/Government of the Member States of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), People’s Republic of China, Japan, and the Republic of Korea, on the occasion of the Commemorative Summit to Mark the 20th Anniversary of ASEAN Plus Three Cooperation held in Manila, Philippines on 14 November 2017;
Qatar grabbed top spots in the 2017 Global Food Security Index. The country topped the world in one of the three core pillars of index, developed by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) and American conglomerate DuPont.
The poorest 30 percent of Filipinos had to shell out more money in the third quarter due to the increase in the price of food items, according to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA).
After a steady decline for over a decade, global hunger has recently risen again, affecting 815 million people or 11 percent of the world’s population.
TACLOBAN CITY—The Regional Development Council (RDC) in Eastern Visayas has endorsed a proposal for the establishment of a research center for fisheries and aquatic resources in the region.