China Formalizes US$50 Million FAO Agreement

China and FAO signed on Sunday [7 June 2015] a 50-million-US-dollar agreement to support developing countries in building sustainable food systems and inclusive agricultural value chains, recognizing the growing importance of collaboration between Southern countries in the fight against extreme hunger and poverty. China’s new contribution to the FAO-China South-South Cooperation Trust Fund will support

China Will Donate US$50 Million to the FAO over the Next Five Years

Visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said here Wednesday [15 October 2014] that his country will donate 50 million U.S. dollars in the next five years to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Li announced the decision in a speech at the FAO headquarters in Rome during a visit to the UN organ on the

China and Rwanda Explore Agriculture Cooperation in Rice, Silk Production, and Soil Conservation

China and Rwanda expressed interest to strengthen their cooperation in agriculture and boost farmers’ productivity. Rwanda’s Ministry of Agriculture, Dr Agnes Kalibata, said that the intended cooperation would see the introduction of crop varieties that had high yielding potential from China…Full Article: AllAfrica Apr 14 Key point A Chinese delegation, led by the president of