Source: Arabnews website
Date: 28 December, 2021
- The two projects aim to enhance food security and resilience to climate change through a National Action Plan
- The agreement with the FAO based in Rome are part of a four-year cooperation running until 2025
ROME: The Tunisian government and the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation have announced they are cooperating on two projects to enhance food security and resilience to climate change through a National Action Plan for the agricultural sector in Tunisia.
The agreements were signed in Tunis by the Agriculture, Water Resources, and Fisheries Minister Mahmoud Elias Hamza, and Philippe Ankers, a representative in Tunisia for the Rome-based UN agency.
The projects are part of a four-year cooperation framework running until 2025, the FAO said in a statement.