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NARI Hosts Rice Stakeholders’ Workshop

This blog analyzes Papua New Guinea’s agricultural sector in several posts, providing information on workshops and political influences on the state of agriculture.

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Feeding Africa: Australian Knowledge Helps Meet A Continent’s Climate Change Challenges

African food security problems are seen as an opportunity for development by Australia, as the two continents produce many of the same crops in similar climatic conditions. Australian policies and infrastructure are more developed than their African counterparts in terms of agriculture and food security, and Australian participation in the Commission on Sustainable Agriculture and Climate Change […]

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Perth Declaration on Food Security Principles

The recent Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Australia created the Perth Declaration on Food Security Principles that focused on delivering technologies, scaling up nutritional interventions, food security programs, enhancing research and development in agricultural issues, and market systems in each of the 54 member countries.

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New Vistas for India-New Zealand Trade

New Zealand and India working on collaborative partnership – in the agricultural sector, NZ is helping India with its food security issue. NZ wants to revolutionize the post-harvest management logistics in India. India sees NZ expertise in agriculture as one that will aid in the reduction of their high postharvest loss.

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