Let Us Get To Meet Hackman Owusu Agyemang Who Turns 80 Today.
Politician and Enterpreneur Honorable Hackman Owusu Agyemang today, November 22 turns 80. Born in 1941 at Effiduase - Koforidua in the Eastern Region of Ghana, he obtained his secondary education at St. Augustine's College. He then enrolled at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science And Technology (KNUST) where he obtained his BSc degree in Agriculture.
B/R: Poultry Farmers Get National Action Plan Education On Chemical Application
Dormaaman is highly noted for poultry farming in the Bono Region of Ghana that supply chicken and eggs in large quantities for both locally use in the region and transporting to other regions of Ghana.
Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
Great wellbeing begins with nourishment. Without ordinary and nutritious food, people can't live, learn, fight off illnesses or have useful existences. Having laid out Codex Alimentarius with the World Health Organization in 1963, FAO attempts to reinforce the limits of state run administrations and the private area to guarantee food quality and security.
SAD :Sudan flood causes more destruction
Sudan flood destroyed vast farmlands homes and properties . The UN food and agricultural organization ,says that the Sudan flood holds a record of the destruction of nearly one third of the cultivated farm and 600,000 households. The flood which has taken over one hundred lives and countless properties , has also said to have destroy Over a million tonnes of grain have been destroyed, particularly sorghum, which is a staple crop, and many families are having to cut down to one small meal a day. The income
One Health is not just a slogan.
One Health is the approach - promoted and supported by the World Health Organization (WHO) , the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the-that recognizes how human health is Inextricably bound and connected to that of animals and the environment. However, a few days ago, the Director General of Prevention at the Ministry of Health Giovanni Rezza called the approach nothing more than a slogan. Moreover, he did it at the Sustainable Development Festival 2020 which was aimed at of ′′
Due to supply issues and the Ukraine crisis, global food prices have reached an all-time high.(SEE)
Supply chain concerns and the Ukraine crisis pushed global food prices to their highest position in the 61-year history of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization's Food Price Index. In February, the FAO's monthly index averaged 140.7 points, according to data released on Friday. This is 3.9 percent higher than in January, 24.1 percent higher than in February 2021, and 2% higher than the previous high set in February 2011.
The amazing land cover in world.
focus of this entry is land use for agriculture. But we are also studying other uses of land, including land required for human settlement. Agriculture is a major use of land. Half of the world’s habitable land is used for agriculture. The extensive land use has a major impact on the earth’s environment as it reduces wilderness and threatens biodiversity. Reducing the consumption of resource-intensive products and increasing the productivity of land makes it possible to produce food with much smaller inputs
Reducing losses and waste in fruits and vegetables food systems in Ghana
In Ghana, vegetable production has been identified as integral part of the agricultural system as it is linked not only with the nation's food and nutrition security but also with income generation and employment creation.
5 ways by which fruits and vegetables can improve nutrition and dietary diversity of Ghanaian.
Do you know that the Food and Agricultural organization of the UN marked the year 2021 as the international year of Fruits and Vegetables?fao.org Fruits and vegetables has played a significant part of the Ghanaian diet.
FAO Food price index rises for ninth consecutive month in February
Worldwide food item costs rose for the 10th back to back month in February, with citations for sugar and vegetable oils expanding the most, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), has revealed.