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Little-known nut helps Indonesian farmers build sustainable forest economy

Through an enterprise set up by the village authorities, residents are harvesting and selling kenari, a mineral-rich nut

Floating farms, salt-resistant rice: Bangladeshis adapt to survive

Bangladesh ranks seventh for countries most affected by extreme weather in the past two decades

North Korea sends farmers to labor camps for hiding corn amid...

The government takes 60 percent of the harvest from every farmer, leaving them with the remaining 40 percent

Church group condemns killing of protesting farmers in India

A Catholic priest said the situation of farmers in India is “already pathetic and they are on the verge of suicides”

Court in India allows Catholic nun, 16 other farmers to kill...

The Kerala High Court gave special permission to Sister Jofi Joseph and 16 members of a farmers’ group to kill wild boars

Tens of thousands of farmers vow defiance over India laws

Tens of thousands of farmers vow to remain defiant against the government over controversial agriculture laws

Cambodians brave COVID-19 impact with small plots of land

Pandemic changes fortunes for some Cambodians forced to swap city labor for farming

Pope Francis warns of global food insecurity, calls for support for...

Pope Francis assured the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization of Church support in fighting hunger and its causes

As rising ‘heat shocks’ ruin rice crops, Bangladesh faces hunger risk

Heat stress - caused by high temperatures, low rainfall and low humidity - disrupted rice growth in Bangladesh

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