South-South Cooperation "critical" to food security

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FAO Forestry Expert, Q. Ghaus (Bangladesh), left, and his Liberian counterpart (second from right) supervising the planting of teak at the College of Agriculture and Forestry near Monrovia.UN Photo/Jerry Frank

Developing countries are sharing their agricultural expertise as part of the global push to ensure that all people have enough to eat.

The process is known as South-South Cooperation and is being facilitated by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

Katrin Taylor is a South-South Cooperation Officer at FAO headquarters in Rome.

She spoke to Dianne Penn about the "critical role" the process is playing in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Duration: 4'23"

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