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    Technology alone is not a silver bullet
    The need for targeted investments to reduce poverty and regain preeminent agricultural position in the region....
    Can Myanmar achieve food security?
    New study reveals scale of cropping in and around cities...
    Farming on the doorstep
    New policies are needed to support small-scale fish farmers....
    Fishing for pro-poor solutions in India
    World losing 2,000 hectares of irrigated farmland a day...
    The scourge of salt
    A series of public events put farmers at the heart of climate change discussions in Nepal....
    Getting more out of local knowledge
    Targets that promote efficient, nationally and locally appropriate water use will be key to achieving the SDGs....
    Sustainable Development Goals Offer Unique Opportunity to Transform Management of Critical Water Resources
    For World Food Day we look at 8 social and technological innovations that can contribute to a water-secure future for rural communities and family farme...
    World Food Day 2014
    October 15th is the UN International Day of Rural Women. Download the infographic on Gender and Agriculture....
    International Day of Rural Women
    Reducing risks in urban vegetable production. Crop irrigation with polluted water has caused a bit of a stink with policymakers and the public....
    Dirty water, dirty crops?
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