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As you can see from the description of your left, my area of study is Political Science and I am now in my first year at LUISS University in Rome.
Well, this is was just to present myself. Turning back to the point, I have just finished my first MUN experience in Rome and I thought it could be a nice idea focusing on a subject that I really studied during FAO Conference, pretending to be an Afghan delegate: Sustainable farming. As you all probably know, Afghanistan is really an undeveloped country and farming is really a very important issue (yes, really! ;-) ).
During my research work, I found that one of the most interesting measures that could be taken in such undeveloped countries, where Food Security is extremely important, would be creating Farmers schools or specialised Schools for Agriculture and Know-How teaching.
I was really surprised when I realised that there is no sufficient help from FAO to these countries in order to give a know-how knowledge to farmers and citizens.
There is really much to do about this topic and I think that we, young generations of the world, should work on these type of issues. So, what's your idea about this topic? What would you suggest in terms of renovating the FAO policy for helping undeveloped countries? What's really your knowledge about food security in the World? Face this challenge :)