Africa, Europe and Central Asia, Near East and North Africa in Facts and Figures. The Joint FAO/IAEA Division – building on the success of the unique FAO-IAEA partnership – help countries develop capacity to optimise the use of nuclear and related technologies for food and agricultural development. The following Facts and Figures series illustrate select impacts of this work in Africa, Europe and Central Asia, and Near East and North Africa. Read More »
A Closer Look at a Nuclear Technique in the Fight Against this Infectious Disease.
World Malaria Day: The IAEA supports research and development to help find new solutions and strategies to continue the fight against malaria. The sterile insect technique, as part of an integrated vector management approach, is one of these promising innovations. Read More »
IAEA assists Sudan in the control of animal diseases through the development of vaccines. Control and eradication of animal diseases are crucial for food security and improving the livelihoods of farmers. With support from the Animal Production and Health Subprogramme of the Joint FAO/IAEA Programme of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture, the IAEA, in partnership with FAO, is assisting Sudan in developing an irradiated vaccine to protect livestock against one such zoonotic disease, Brucellosis. Read More »