FAO:- FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations is a specific office of the United Nations that leads global endeavors to overcome hunger. Serving both created and creating nations, FAO goes about as an impartial gathering where all countries meet as equivalents to arrange contentions and discussion approach.
FAO is additionally a wellspring of learning and data and enables creating nations experiencing the significant change to modernize and enhance farming, ranger service and fisheries works on, guaranteeing great nourishment and sustenance security for all. As of August 2018, The FAO has 197 part states, including the European Union (a “part association”), Niue and The Cook Islands (States in free-relationship with New Zealand), and the Faroe Islands and Tokelau, which are related members.