How OIC's Asia can help fight starvation
By the latest researches of the Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries (SESRIC), OIC-ESA members included altogether within the beat 10 agrarian makers of the OIC and as beneficiaries of an expansive share of intra-OIC rural exchange in 2018. The OIC-ESA’s solid rural segments and exchange frameworks interpret to a tall level of ability that OIC members ought to tap into to improve food security strategies.
The OIC-ESA has been playing an exemplary role in the 16 strategic programmes in the IOFS. These programs are regarded as critical to counter the impacts of the Covid-19 widespread and other common catastrophes, which affect food availability and supply.
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