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Le Commerce Mondial des Produits de la Peche et Quelques Problemes...

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Excerpt: La production mondiale de poisson est actuellement de 126 millions de tonnes, soit l??quivalent de 16,3 kg par habitant. La valeur du commerce mondial de poisson et de produits de la p?che s?est mont?e ? 52 milliards de dollars en 1997-99, soit plus du triple du chiffre de 1980-82 (Figure 1).

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Internal Mobility and International Migration in Albania

By: Calogero Carletto

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Excerpt: Migration is perhaps the single most important political, social, and economic phenomenon in post-communist Albania, and has been a dominating fact of everyday life in the last decade. As is documented throughout this paper, since 1990 approximately one fifth of the total population has left the country and is living abroad, and Albania has experienced large scale movements of population from rural to urban areas. Between 1989 and 2001, the total population fell...

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Food Safety and Inspection Service : Spiramycin

By: Dr. Robert C. Livingston

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Excerpt: The 10th Session of the Codex Committee on Residues of Veterinary Drugs in Foods advanced the recommended MRLs for muscle, liver, kidney and fat (cattle and chickens) and muscle (pigs) to Step 8. The Codex Committee advanced the proposed draft MRLs for pigs (liver, kidney, fat) to Step 5/8, by omitting Steps 6 and 7, as these were modifications of previous assessments which presented no additional toxicological concerns. The Codex Committee also advanced the MRL...

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The Follow-Up of the Implementation of the World Food Summit Plan ...

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Excerpt: Food availability in Poland converted into dietary energy used as an indicator of the country?s food security amounted to 3397 Calories per person/day in 2001 according to the data derived from the FAOSTAT and was thus well above the national average requirement level. There has been a slight increase in the per caput energy availability since 1996 shown in the attached relevant food security and related indicators (Table).

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Sixieme Session Rapport Final

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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No. 5. Ayuda Interna: Cuestiones Y Datos Relacionados Con el Comercio

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Excerpt: 1 Cuestiones tratadas La presente Nota t?cnica1 trata de responder a dos preguntas centrales relacionadas con las negociaciones de nuevas medidas de ayuda interna: i) ?cuÿles son las características por las que las medidas de ayuda interna pueden llegar a distorsionar el comercio?; y ii) ?las nuevas disciplinas de la Organizaci›n Mundial del Comercio (OMC) sobre las medidas de ayuda interna serÿn eficaces para reducir los niveles de ayuda que distorsionan el comercio?

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Foodcrops and Shortages

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Excerpt: In northern Africa, harvesting of winter grains is underway. Conditions have been mixed throughout the sub-region. In Morocco and Tunisia, wheat production is expected to fall this year due to inadequate rainfall and reduced planting. A sharp drop in barley production is also forecast in Morocco. In contrast, favourable conditions in Algeria and Egypt benefited both wheat and coarse grains, and output is forecast to increase. Planting of 1999 paddy is underway in Egypt.

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Oceanie

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Excerpt: L?Oc?anie (voir figure 37-150 et tableau 37-1) comprend dans son ensemble moins de 200 millions d?hectares de for?ts, ce qui correspond ? 5 pour cent du total mondial. Les for?ts d?Oc?anie repr?sente 6,6 ha par habitant, chiffre le plus ?lev? au niveau mondial. Presque toutes les for?ts se situent dans le domaine ?cologique tropical. Les types de for?t s?che dominent les formations foresti?res de l?Australie. La plupart des zones de plantations se trouvent en Au...

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Note Dinformation

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Excerpt: 1. LIEU DE LA SESSION ? l?aimable invitation du Gouvernement de la R?publique f?d?rative du Br?sil, la r?union conjointe de la trente-deuxi?me session du Groupe intergouvernemental sur les fibres dures et de la trente-quatri?me session du Groupe intergouvernemental sur le jute, le k?naf et les fibres apparent?es, se tiendra ? Salvador (Br?sil) du 8 au 11 juillet 2003. La session aura lieu ? l?adresse suivante ...

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Modelo Revisado de Informe de Seguimiento de la Aplicacion Del Pla...

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Excerpt: Esta Secretaria solicito a los respectivos organismos del Gobierno de la Republica Argentina, la informacion solicitada en el cuestionario. Cuando esa informacion se encontraba de la misma forma que la solicitada por el cuestionario, la misma fue fielmente transcripta al mismo. En los casos en que existfa diferencias en cuanto a la metodologfa o existfan diferencias de criterio entre la informacion obtenida y la solicitada, se efectuaron las adaptaciones corresp...

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References

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Excerpt: Baird, I. G ... Inthaphaisy, V ... Kisouvannalath, P ... Phylavanh, B. & Mounsouphom, B. 1999. The Fishes of Southern Lao. Lao Community Fisheries and Dolphin Protection Project, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Lao PDR. Banjong, O ... Viriyapanich, T. & Chittichang, U. 1995. Conversion factors for dietary assessment. Institute of Nutrition, Mahidol University, Salaya, Thailand. Beebe, J. 1995. Basic concepts and techniques of rapid appraisal. Human Organiz...

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Introduction

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Excerpt: Kanniyakumari District is situated in the State of Tamil Nadu at the southernmost tip of India (see Figure I). About 120,000 people live in the 44 coastal fishing villages which are spread along the 64 km coastline, stretching from Kerala in the northwest to Cape Comorin in the southeast. Fishing is wholly artisanal in nature and mainly conducted from non-motorized kattumaram craft and vallam using traditional gillnets, hook-and-line and boat seines. Beach seine...

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Fao/Who Regional Conference on Food Safety for the Americas and th...

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Excerpt: Registration Form (To be completed by each participant) Delegation of ... Indicate if : Member government [ ] Observer organization [ ] Conference Secretariat [ ] Circle one: Mr Mrs Ms Dr Ing Other ... Last name: (Block letters) ... First and other names ... Position title ...

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Iniciativas de Conservacion de la Cabra de Raza Bermeya de Asturias

By: P. Figueroa

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Excerpt: En este trabajo se describe la cabra de raza Bermeya de Asturias (norte de Espa?a). Es una raza de capa rubia que constituy› hasta mediados del siglo XX la poblaci›n caprina mÿs importante de la rama occidental de la Cornisa Cantÿbrica espa?ola. Los reproductores adultos de esta raza presentan pesos medios de 64 kg en los machos y 42 kg en las hembras. La alzada a la cruz media es de 81 cm en los machos y 74 en las hembras. La longitud escÿpulo isquiÿtica es, re...

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National Capacity Elements Required to Ensure the Safety of Geneti...

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Introduction: Consumers International has surveyed its 250 member organisations regarding their top priorities among food safety issues, and the most important concern, by far, among these consumer organisations world-wide, is genetically modified (GM) foods. Governments around the world also are grappling with whether to accept imports of GM foods and/or to allow the release of geneticallymodified organisms (GMOs-plants, animals including fish, and micro-organisms) into their environments.

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Les Perspectives de Recolte Sont Incertaines Dans Louest du Sahel,...

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Excerpt: Les perspectives de r?colte, qui se sont am?lior?es suite ? la reprise des pluies pendant la premi?re d?cade d?ao?t apr?s un temps sec qui a s?rieusement affect? les cultures ? l?ouest du sahel, sont devenues moroses en Gambie et au S?n?gal en raison de pluies insuffisantes ? la fin septembre. En effet, les images satellites pour ces deux pays ont montr? que les pluies ont diminu? consid?rablement pendant la deuxi?me d?cade de septembre, le temps devenant essent...

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Food Supply and Distribution to Cities

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Excerpt: There is increasing concern about the impact of growing levels of urbanisation: by the year 2025, 61 per cent of the world population will be living in urban areas. Many will be living close to or even below the poverty line. How to adequately feed this rapidly expanding urban population is a challenge.

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Food Outlook

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Excerpt: Early prospects for 1999 point to some reduction in global cereal output. Based on the condition of crops already in the ground and planting intentions for those to be sown later this year, and assuming normal weather for the remainder of the 1999 cropping seasons, FAO?s first forecast puts world cereal output this year at 1 850 million tonnes (including rice in milled terms), about 1.5 percent below 1998 but still above the average of the last five years. If cu...

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Points to Remember in Connection with Armed Boardings

By: C. C. Mees

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Excerpt: Detection All possible sensors should be used to produce valid evidence of the violation. Knowledge of the different sensor?s accuracy, as well as the quality of the sea chart, is vital to create a confident case and fair hail. It is particularly important to understand the weakness of a GPS position (with a potential error of 100 m) plotted on an old sea chart. In a recent case, the chart was from 1951, with a minimum possible error of 0.5 to 1 n mi.

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Global Risk Analysis and Risk Assessment Training Workshop

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Excerpt: Preliminary Program 4 March 2004 10:45-11:00 Registration 11:00-11:15 Opening and Welcome Remarks Objectives of Workshop Dr.Maya Pineiro, FAO Dr. Suzie Harris, ILSI 11:15?11:30 FAO activities for capacity building in risk analysis Ms. Londa VanderWal FAO 11:30- 12:30 Food safety risk analysis: an overview and framework manual ? Presentation and demonstration of the new FAO/WHO publication and tool kit Dr.Maya Pineiro, FAO 12:30- 13:00 Tools for priority setting ...

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