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THE CRISIS IN NUMBERS

14.1million people affected
4.1million people displaced
1.1million tonnes of crops lost
788million USD appealed for

DOCUMENTS

Typhoon Haiyan Philippines - Executive brief 27 August 2014
HIGHLIGHTS FAO is providing assistance in four critical areas of intervention, in support of 154 500 ...
09 Septembre2014
Typhoon Haiyan Philippines - Executive brief 30 April 2014
HIGHLIGHTS FAO has assisted nearly 44 000 affected families to plant rice after the Typhoon Haiyan ...
05 Mai2014
The FAO Component of the Consolidated Appeals 2013: Philippines
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14 Dcembre2012
The FAO Component of the Consolidated Appeals 2012: Philippines
Over four decades of conflict, insecurity and recurrent natural disasters continue to prevent people of ...
13 Dcembre2011

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Typhoon Haiyan

Typhoon Haiyan sweeps the central Philippines, with up to 300 km winds. Farming and fishing communities were devastated. Striking between two planting seasons, the typhoon destroyed ready to harvest, harvested and newly planted crops. Farmers had few weeks to clear replant their fields.

8 NOVEMBER 2013
DECEMBER 2013 - JANUARY 2014

The race for rice

FAO distributes rice seed packages to nearly 44 000 families in time for the planting season. The total anticipated production is enough to feed 800 000 people for 1 year. This assistance is saving livelihoods and money: a USD 5 million farming intervention producing an estimated USD 84 million in food.

Rice harvest ongoing

Farmers are bringing home their rice crop and will soon thereafter begin a new planting season.

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