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 - The Desert Locust situation in Somalia remains critical. New generations are developing in northern Somalia districts of Lughaye, Zeylac, Burco, Buuhoodle and Laas Caanood (see map on page 3 below). Immature swarms have migrated south to Hirshabelle, Jubaland and South West states. The risk to both pasture and crops in ...read more
21/01/2020
 - Early Action to Drought - Affected Pastoral and Agro-Pastoral Communities in Ethiopia A large proportion of the people living in the lowland areas of Ethiopia are pastoralists engaged in extensive livestock herding and cultivation of a few crops. Beyond their direct role in generating food and income, livestock is an asset, ...read more
09/12/2019
 - The Global Report on Food Crises highlights the plight of millions of people who must fight every day against acute hunger and malnutrition. More than 113 million people across 53 countries experienced acute hunger requiring urgent food, nutrition and livelihoods assistance (IPC/CH Phase 3 or above) in 2018. The worst food ...read more
14/10/2019
 - Key messages The latest food security projections in Somalia (October-December) are a concern:o 2.1 million people in IPC Phases 3-4 (twice the pre-crisis average)o 4.2 million people in IPC Phase 2 (highest IPC 2 prevalence recorded in Somalia) Six out of seven rainy seasons have been poor in Somalia since 2016, including ...read more
09/10/2019
 - The Food and Nutrition Security Resilience Programme (FNS-REPRO) of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), funded by the Government of the Netherlands, is a four-year plan addressing the cause‑effect relationship between conflict and food insecurity in Somalia, South Sudan and the Sudan. FNS-REPRO is the first programme ...read more
30/09/2019
 - This regional report on food crises is the first for the region and highlights the plight of millions of people experiencing acute levels of food insecurity in seven countries in the Intergovernmental Authority for Development (IGAD) region. It serves as an important milestone towards delivering IGAD’s commitment to fight acute hunger and malnutrition ...read more
03/09/2019
 - FAO seeks USD 144 million to assist more than 6 million rural Somalis affected by the drought. This includes 2 million people to receive direct food security and livelihood support, while delivering emergency veterinary care to 32.7 million livestock belonging to around 4.3 million people. This Action Plan builds on ...read more
14/06/2019
 - This year’s Global Report on Food Crises highlights the plight of millions of people who must fight every day against acute hunger and malnutrition. More than 113 million people across 53 countries experienced acute hunger requiring urgent food, nutrition and livelihoods assistance (IPC/CH Phase 3 or above) in 2018. The worst ...read more
02/04/2019
 - Livestock production and productivity are very low in Ethiopia. One of the major constraints being the poor quality and inadequate quantity of feed available. Given that grazing land is decreasing and production of cash crops is increasing, agroindustrial by-products (AIBPs) could become important inputs in feed rations for different classes ...read more
28/02/2019
 - This issue: FAO, Ethiopian Government collaborate to identify and map One Health key partners New project to improve sanitary capacity, facilitate export of livestock and livestock products from Ethiopia Anthrax awareness raising workshop convenes National animal health workforce database has been reviewed, updated Assessing capacity of national AMR surveillance system Sensitizing One Health stakeholders on socio-economic ...read more
10/12/2018
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