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 - Initiative seeks to increase self-reliance of vulnerable populations and lay the groundwork for increased agribusiness investment The IKEA Foundation's support will boost efforts by FAO, in partnership ...read more
30/07/2020
 - $10 million contribution will support the UN Agency’s operations to contain the spread in East Africa FAO and the Russian Federation have signed a $10 million Contribution ...read more
27/07/2020
 - Recurring violence in Jonglei and the Greater Pibor Administrative Area in the eastern part of South Sudan has already displaced more than 60 000 people and is crippling ...read more
23/07/2020
 - Mitigating the effects of COVID-19 to protect food security and livelihoods While health needs are an urgent and primary concern, livelihoods and food security-related impacts must not ...read more
03/07/2020
 - “My father used to harvest wild honey from anthills and trees; he was an expert in traditional beehives and as young as 15, I had already ...read more
05/06/2020
 - Jacqueline Tuon is 21 years old and already the mother of three children, having given birth to her first at just 14. The family lives in ...read more
04/05/2020
 - Areas affected by the desert locust crisis in the Greater Horn of Africa according to the data from the latest FAO Desert Locust bulletin.
09/04/2020
 - East Africa is going through a massive desert locust infestation that’s stripping farming families of food and income and threatening the food security of millions throughout ...read more
30/03/2020
 - Key messages An estimated 51 percent of the population of South Sudan are suffering from severe acute food insecurity (Integrated Food Security Phase Classification [IPC] Phase 3 ...read more
20/03/2020
 - FAO Director-General QU Dongyu has welcomed a €17 million contribution from Germany to provide assistance to those directly affected by the desert locust upsurge in East ...read more
28/02/2020