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Infographic while there is demonstrated achievement for agriculture in Africa, the majority short-changed their commitment keeping poverty, not people, alive.

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ONE is a global movement campaigning to end extreme poverty and preventable disease by 2030, so that everyone, everywhere can lead a life of dignity and opportunity.

The amount of jobs in the #ag industry is continually growing.  Find out about these opportunities! #ag #grads #jobs

Agriculture: One of the Best Fields for New College Graduates

The amount of jobs in the #ag industry is continually growing. Find out about these opportunities! #ag #grads #jobs

Dept. of Agriculture on Twitter

“New #womeninag infographics show impact of women in agriculture in every state http://t.co/lMHks8zIlP”

Growth in agriculture is 11x more effective in reducing poverty in sub-Saharan Africa than growth in other sectors. #InternationalDayofHappiness.

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Ag-proud! Agriculture More Than Ever

Agriculture More Than Ever

Inspirational ag messages to share or post on your social networks

this is why i will never understand why people say ag degrees are useless....

this is why i will never understand why people say ag degrees are useless....

Agriculture is More Than Food

Agriculture is More Than Food

Ag Facts! MN Ranks 2nd in Hog production and raised 14 million hogs in 2011…

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Our food and agriculture in numbers: FAO collates and disseminates food and agriculture statistics from approximately 245 countries and 35 regions from 1961 to the present.

Our food and agriculture in numbers

Our food and agriculture in numbers: FAO collates and disseminates food and agriculture statistics from approximately 245 countries and 35 regions from 1961 to the present.

Empowerment matters: “Invisible Women” in Niger produce less food

Empowerment matters: “Invisible Women” in Niger produce less food

This post was written by Fleur Wouterse, Research Fellow, International Food Policy Research Institute