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Another huge benefit - traceability Traceability can cross multiple platforms – there’s no need for everyone to use the same hub or trade data pipeline (with is a “pipe-dream” anyway) EU Gov UK Gov AU Gov AU Industry VI2VI1 Provenance Lab Test AU provenance platform AU trade single-window UK Trade single-window Platforms / hubs still exist – but they service their functional / geographic domain – and credentials are the glue between them.
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Score: 400896.48 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...rability-Preferential-CoOs.pdf
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Our partner,  Baltistan Foundation , helped in deciding the geographical area for experimentation. We selected Hushe Valley —an area with unique geographical features, hard climatic conditions (only 2% of the land is cultivable), poor land connections and communication infrastructures.
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Score: 468816.8 - https://www.undp.org/pakistan/...d-listen-communities-more-ever
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WHO launches phase II WHO launches phase II of the Global Respiratory Syncytial Virus Surveillance The 3-year extension phase (Nov 2018 – Oct 2021) aims to consolidate the achievements of the original investment and proposes to  (a)  enhance the surveillance in infants and young children less than 2y, (b)  focus on the more severe disease requiring hospitalization, (c)  widen virologic monitoring to differentiate virus types and to identify genetic groups, and (d)  generate a robust understanding of the seasonality, risk groups and disease burden particularly RSV-associated hospitalization burden in LMICs with a wider geographic representation in all WHO Regions.  Read more on WHO RSV surveillance strategy of Phase II     RSV disease burden estimates The RSV disease burden can be characterized in several different ways (Pebody et al, 2019 https://doi.org/10.1111/irv.12667 ).
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Score: 340127.05 - https://www.who.int/teams/glob...y-syncytial-virus-surveillance
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In addition, the information is assigned a geographic location, so locations are extremely accurate and available in real-time.
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Score: 358227.6 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...ng-Kenya-s-livestock-sector/en
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About us Climate change and health toolkit Section navigation Climate Change and Health Capacity building  Toolkit on climate change and health Vulnerability and adaptation assessments Health impacts of climate change Integrated surveillance and climate-informed health early warning systems Building resilience of health systems and health care facilities National adaptation strategies and plans Monitoring and evaluation Engagement with other sectors Health co-benefits of climate action Trainings and educational material Climate-resilient WASH Vulnerability and adaptation assessments In order to adequately respond to the impacts of climate change on the health of the population and on the health system, a first critical step is to assess which populations and geographical areas are most vulnerable to different kinds of health impacts as well as the capacity of health systems to manage these.
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Score: 348942.75 - https://www.who.int/teams/envi...hange-and-health/vulnerability
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They should initiate an active surveillance programme to determine the presence or absence of TiLV, the geographic extent of the infection and identify risk factors that may help contain it.
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Score: 413200.7 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...ecting-popular-tilapia-fish/en
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分享 × 关闭 African Union Commission, Thai Ministry and National Geographic Society receive awards from FAO 30/11/2015 Prizes honour outstanding contributions to global food security, nutrition and sustainable agriculture Climate change hits poor and hungry people the hardest 30/11/2015 Sustainable development is inseparable from peace, FAO Director-General tells Paris climate conference Netherlands donates $7 million to improve water management in Near East and Africa 27/11/2015 Remote sensing satellite imagery will help to identify areas where water use produces poor crops World mayors' meeting to be hosted by FAO in 2016 26/11/2015 FAO and Milan to support the work of 116 cities that have signed on to a new urban food pact aimed at fighting hunger and waste, improving nutrition Surge in climate change-related disasters poses growing threat to food security 26/11/2015 In developing countries the agriculture sector bears much of the economic impact Growing need to revamp national laws governing pesticides 25/11/2015 FAO and WHO release updated guidelines for countries on pesticide legislation and labelling Making genetic diversity part of climate change adaptation 24/11/2015 FAO issues guidelines on conservation and use of world’s genetic resources for food and agriculture Improved web tool for better estimates of forest biomass and carbon stocks 19/11/2015 Data crucial for efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate climate change On its 70th anniversary, FAO sets its eyes firmly on Zero Hunger 14/11/2015 Improving nutrition, shifting to sustainable food systems will be key to reaching new global goals – FAO DG at celebration of agency’s birth in Quebec City FAO warns that recent torrential rains and cyclones could favour locust surge 11/11/2015 Strict vigilance required in northwest Africa, the Horn of Africa and Yemen From butter beans to pigeon peas: UN launches International Year of Pulses 10/11/2015 2016 will promote protein power, health benefits of dried legumes Adverse weather pushes food prices up in October 05/11/2015 Concerns over sugar and palm oil supply are behind the increase, grain prices also firmed New world agriculture census round to kick off in 2016 03/11/2015 Updated and revised FAO guidelines set international standard on collecting data FAO and WTO: Food safety and trade should improve nutrition and boost development 02/11/2015 Small-scale producers in developing countries must access world markets says WTO's Azevêdo Homestead gardening brings hope as Lesotho seeks to adapt to climate change 27/10/2015 Campaign aims to improve food security and diets of most vulnerable Vatican calls for urgent action on climate change and hunger 26/10/2015 FAO Director-General emphasizes importance of an agreement at Paris summit Improving rural livelihoods in the Mediterranean region 23/10/2015 FAO/CIHEAM partnership focuses on food security, nutrition, and resilience UN calls for immediate access to conflict-affected areas to prevent catastrophe in South Sudan 22/10/2015 3.9 million people now face severe hunger, tens of thousands on brink of famine U.S. backs FAO efforts to combat global animal disease threats with $87 million 20/10/2015 Ebola, MERS-CoV and H5N1 avian influenza among diseases with human health implications and pandemic potential being targeted in Africa, Middle East and Asia FAO and Mars join forces to strengthen food safety 20/10/2015 Partnership will focus on enhancing traceability systems 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 (current) 78 79 80 关注我们 粮农组织机构图 全球办事处 非洲区域办事处 分区域办事处 亚洲及太平洋区域办事处 欧洲及中亚区域办事处 拉丁美洲及加勒比区域办事处 近东及北非区域办事处 工作 联系我们 条款和条件 数据保护与隐私声明 欺诈邮件 报告不当行为 下载我们的应用 © FAO 2022
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Score: 413200.7 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/archive/77/zh
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شارك × غلق FAO Director-General highlights role of trade in food security and the use of public standards to ensure food safety 01/07/2015 Graziano da Silva participates in WTO's 5th Global Review of Aid for Trade in Geneva Child Labour in Agriculture 29/06/2015 Infographic | FAO's role in preventing and reducing child labour in agriculture Russia’s TASS News Agency and FAO sign partnership agreement 24/06/2015 Raising awareness on hunger and malnutrition Three major Italian research institutions join forces with FAO 23/06/2015 Collaboration to focus on sustainable food production, inclusive value chains Peak fragility: Conserving mountain soils an urgent matter 23/06/2015 New book on the importance of management of mountain soils Rabobank Foundation and FAO to expand partnership 22/06/2015 Director-General meets Rabobank board to enlarge FAO’s flagship partnership More than $20 million urgently needed to help Nepal's farmers recover from earthquake 19/06/2015 One million people estimated at risk of prolonged food insecurity A body of evidence: What climate change implies for global food security and trade 18/06/2015 New book assesses climate challenge and ways of coping with it FAO Director-General welcomes Papal Encyclical 18/06/2015 Pope adds a strong moral voice to the need to act against climate change FAO hunger report shows changing face of food insecurity in Europe, Central Asia 18/06/2015 A front-runner in the race to end hunger, the region still struggles with malnutrition FAO launches digital platform on family farming 16/06/2015 New initiative aims to inform policy makers, continue global conversation on food security Survival kits provide lifeline to displaced in South Sudan 16/06/2015 International partners launch joint effort New guide on preventing child labour in agriculture 15/06/2015 Provides a suite of tools for use by development professionals, policymakers, civil society groups Social protection, peace-building, rural development key to hunger eradication say Colombian and Mexican Presidents 13/06/2015 Leaders address closing session of FAO Conference Conference ends historic session and unanimously approves work programme and budget 13/06/2015 Director-General outlines vision with emphasis on climate change and nutrition Queen Letizia of Spain named FAO Special Ambassador for Nutrition 12/06/2015 Highlights the importance of "mobilizing will" in the fight against hunger and malnutrition in address to FAO Conference Preventing the Mediterranean diet from vanishing into the sea 11/06/2015 New report explores effects of lifestyle changes, globalization on world’s model diet Pope Francis tells FAO Conference delegates eradicating hunger is an obligation that must not be neglected 11/06/2015 Stresses importance of solidarity to achieve food security, good nutrition, reducing food waste African Union Commission, Thai Ministry and National Geographic magazine garner awards from FAO 10/06/2015 Prizes for work in support of sustainable agriculture, food security announced during Conference Singapore and FAO to collaborate on food safety, illegal fishing 08/06/2015 Parties sign first agreement since country joined FAO in 2013 81 (current) 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 اتبعنا خريطة الهيكل التنظيمي مكاتب حول العالم المكتب الاقليمى لأفريقيا المكتب الإقليمي لآسيا والمحيط الهادي المكتب الإقليمي لأوروبا وآسيا الوسطى المكتب الإقليمي لأمريكا اللاتينية والبحر الكاريبي المكتب الإقليمي للشرق الأدنى وشمال أفريقيا المكاتب الإقليمية الفرعية الوظائف للإتصال بنا القواعد والشروط إشعار بشأن حماية البيانات والخصوصية التحذير من رسائل تحايلية الإبلاغ عن سوء السلوك حمّل تطبيق الفاو © FAO 2022
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Information gaps cloud the answer Origin labelling of food a boost for local economies and sustainable development 26/04/2018 From Moroccan saffron to Cameroonian pepper, FAO-EBRD study highlights the multiple benefits of geographical indication labelling Investing in agriculture vital for Syria’s future 24/04/2018 Brussels conference for Syria told agriculture is a lifeline for millions of Syrians FAO calls for global coordination for a bioeconomy that leaves no one behind 20/04/2018 Bio products can improve access to food and, if produced sustainably, help address climate change FAO and EL PAÍS join forces to explain the tasks ahead for humanity 20/04/2018 Launch of a new collection of books aims to boost awareness about issues in the Sustainable Development Agenda New unique agricultural heritage sites designated 19/04/2018 FAO’s global agricultural heritage network now comprises 50 remarkable landscapes WFP-FAO launch innovative German-funded project to support peace and rebuild lives in post-conflict areas of eastern DR Congo 19/04/2018 19 April 2018, Rome/Kinshasa -The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) are launching an innovative joint project to rebuild livelihoods shattered by conflict...
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Score: 426284.03 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/archive/52/ar
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Where bovine materials are still required, they must be sourced from geographical areas that are not endemic for BSE. In addition, difficult regulatory decisions have been necessary where the relative risks inherent in replacing fully characterized materials (such as vaccine seed strains) are compared with the mathematically small risk of vCJD transmission.
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Score: 368020.02 - https://www.who.int/teams/heal...le-spongiform-encephalopathies
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