3 edition of Selected indicators of food and agriculture development in Asia-Pacific region 1994-2004. found in the catalog.
Selected indicators of food and agriculture development in Asia-Pacific region 1994-2004.
by Food and Agriculture Organisations of the United Nations, Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific in Bangkok
Written in English
|Series||RAP publication -- 2005/20|
|Contributions||FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 233 p. :|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||2006454472|
The indicators included are the indices of per capita food production, per capita consumption, and per capita supply of calorie, proteins and fats. Another indicator related to food consumption is the percentage of food to total family expenditures. AGRIBUSINESS AND COMPETITIVE AGRO-INDUSTRIES IN THE ASIA AND PACIFIC REGION by David K. Hitchcock1 INTRODUCTION Food and agricultural systems in many countries in the Asia-Pacific region are moving rapidly towards market-driven systems, with a greater reliance on input markets and growth of post-production enterprises.
Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) target calls on all countries to enhance policy coherence for sustainable development (PCSD). The purpose of this chapter is to support government efforts to monitor this target at the national level, as well as to contribute to the development of the global methodology for indicator Asia and the Pacific Regional Overview of Food Security and Nutrition: Accelerating Progress Towards the SDGs. published today by the Food and Agriculture The Asia-Pacific region is.
Asia Pacific has taken great strides to eradicate poverty and hunger, but the region must do more—and fast—to meet environment-focused Sustainable Development Goals as the sustainability narrative is dominated by the Covid virus, writes UNESCAP's Armida Salsiah Alisjahbana. Full text of "Forestry Policies Of Selected Countries In Asia And The Pacific Fao Forestry Paper " See other formats.
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The publication provides a handy comparison of changes over the past decade in the use of agricultural land and farm inputs, production of farm and horticulture crops, livestock, fisheries, forestry and agricultural trade in countries of the Asia-Pacific region, where almost 53 percent of the total population were engaged in farming and related activities.
This is the twenty-second issue of the above publication, a comprehensive and detailed compilation of statistics on farming, livestock, fishery, forestry and nutrition in Asia-Pacific countries for the decade Statistics are listed separately for developing countries (including transition economies) and developed countries in the region.
The majority of farming households are engaged in rice production. Timber and rubber are important export commodities. Main agricultural products are rice, rubber, corn, meat, vegetables, dairy products, sugar and flour. Agricultural imports have grown at. Selected indicators of food and agricultural development in the Asia-Pacific region Author(s): Food and Agriculture Organization.
Author Affiliation: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, Thailand. This is the twentieth issue of the publication Selected indicators of food and agriculture development in Asia-Pacific region.
It presents data on selected items for the yearsexcept some tables that provide information for the period Most tables show two types of information: annual figures for, Selected indicators of food and agriculture development in Asia-Pacific region, By Bangkok (Thailand). Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific FAO and RAPA.
Book. Report of the regional expert consultation of the Asia pacific network for food and nutrition on food insecurity and vulnerability information and mapping systems (FIVIMS) initiatives in the Region Selected indicators of food and agriculture development in the Asia-pacific region Date of publication: Jan Investing in Food and Agriculture in Asia and the Pacific Infographic | 25 July Two-thirds of the world’s hungry reside in Asia and the Pacific, and food insecurity persists bringing the specter of hunger and undernutrition to millions more of the region’s poor.
Food security in Asia and the Pacific. Mandaluyong City, Philippines: Asian Development Bank, Public Agricultural Research and Development Intensity, by Region Social Safety Nets and Food Programs in Selected Developing.
Revitalizing small-scale sustainable food production – Long-term food security in the Asia-Pacific region requires active State support for the participation of small farmers in a new green food revolution that gives high priority to revitalizing small-scale food production based on.
Agricultural transformation is considered inclusive when the results lead to poverty reduction, increased food security, and improvements in gender equality and women’s empowerment. 3 Please note that Figure 1 shows only five countries still characterized by subsistence agriculture in Technological Innovation for Agricultural Statistics: Special Supplement to Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific This report showcases the role that technology can play in improving the quality, timeliness, and frequency of agricultural statistics in Asia and the Pacific.
partnerships for statistics development. Part I of Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific presents a statistical narrative on the status of economies in Asia and the Pacific towards the Sustainable Development Agenda. The discussion for selected SDG indicators is accompanied by supporting information presented in figures, boxes, and tables.
multi-stakeholder organization in the Asia-Pacific region. It promotes and strengthens agriculture and agri-food research and innovation systems through partnerships and collaboration, capacity development and advocacy for sustainable agricultural development in the region.
Since its establishment init has significantly. Overview of the Agricultural Trade in Asia and the Pacific Region A. Introduction Over million people in the Asia‐Pacific region live on less than $ a day (ESCAP ), making the region home to more than two‐thirds of the world’s poor.
Most of the. Federation and their potential impact on agricultural and food trade in the region. Keywords agricultural and food trade, Central Asia, trade policy, Customs Union JEL codes: F14, O53, Q17 USDA United States Department of Agriculture WDI World Development Indicators WTO World Trade Organisation.
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Asia Pacific is the largest agricultural producer globally, and agriculture plays vital role for region economy as the sector employs a fifth of total workforce and takes up more than half of the region’s land area.
Asia Pacific’s agricultural sector is expected to record the steepest growth in a global context over the forecast period with. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) leads international efforts to defeat hunger, working with partners, and member countries through its five regional offices.
While food security has improved for millions of people in the Asia-Pacific region, hunger and malnutrition appear to be on the rise in some areas, the report warns. THE STATE OF FOOD SECURITY AND NUTRITION series of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Recommended citation: FAO. Asia and the Pacific Regional Overview of Food Security and Nutrition – Accelerating progress towards the .Asevidenced above, this high level of diversity is also reflected in the region’s agricultural R&D efforts.
Inthe Asia-Pacific region as a whole, including highincome countries, spent $ billion on agricultural R&D (in international prices). Unsurprisingly, distribution of spending among countries was very uneven.fats supply of selected major agricultural commodities.
It also includes data on the shares of food to total family expenditures by food item and by region. The reference years are to The AIS hopes to cover more agricultural development indicators to support the information needs of our data users. Hence, the readers.