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FAO, MoFA take steps to reduce malnutrition in Ghana

The Food and Agriculture Organisation(FAO) and the Ministry of Food and Agriculture(MoFA) are scaling up measures to eliminate malnutrition as well as ensure sustainable food and nutrition security in Ghana. As part of the measures, the two institutions organised a two-day National workshop last week for technical directorates under the MoFA and some key stakeholders to enhance their knowledge on how agriculture could contribute to better nutrition so that they could plan and implement nutrition sensitive » Read More

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