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Forests, Trees and Food Security

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Contributors: FAO Fiat Panis

In developing countries food security is one of the most pressing needs to be addressed in the next 15 years. Initiatives for the adaptation and dissemination of farmers product innovations; participatory management of natural resources and integration of trees into farming systems can enhance the contribution of forests and trees to food security, specifically, in the provision of food, income generation and services ensuring both the short and long term sustainability of agriculture production.

Author(s): FAO Fiat Panis

Location: Africa

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