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Comparatively small economies need open trade to drive growth
Malawi’s food processing industry has great potential but cannot keep up with demand. Cooperatives can be part of the solution
In Malawi, a new app helps farmers to organise their finances and ensures that they have funds available when they are most needed – during planting season
Groundwater offers considerable opportunities for socio-economic development, particularly in agriculture. The BGR is helping partner countries exploit this resource
Water-security levels are lowest in Africa and South Asia. The situation is not automatically improved by a high-performing economy
In many places, water use is not sufficiently regulated by law. The FAO’s Global Dialogue on Water Tenure aims to make a difference
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The first UN Sustainable Development Goal is to end poverty in all its forms everywhere.
In order to achieve gender equality, it is necessary to empower women and girls.
Achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals will require good governance – from the local to the global level.
The UN Sustainable Development Goals aim to transform economies in an environmentally sound manner, leaving no one behind.