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Near East and North Africa countries pledge enhanced cooperation on hunger and nutrition in Africa 28 FebruaryRome — Governments from the Near East and North Africa today wrapped up a five day meeting on regional food security challenges pledging enhanced cooperation to tackle the critical issues of water management, food waste and building more resilient rural communities.
In a final report, the 32nd FAO regional conference for the Near East and North Africa endorsed three key proposals tabled during the talks.
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in Africa. 28 February , Rome – Governments from the Near East and North Africa today wrapped up a five day meeting on regional food security challenges pledging enhanced cooperation to tackle the critical issues of water management, food waste and building more resilient rural communities.
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