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Funding requirements

The table below illustrates the requirements in terms of funding to cover the outlined emergency/rehabilitation priorities as of 17 of June 2013:

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 - To protect livelihoods and to enhance food security of the most vulnerable households through the provision of immediate time-critical assistance by protecting their key economic assets ...read more
07/05/2011
 - To support the Government of Haiti in its efforts to rehabilitate the food production capacity of the most vulnerable rural families affected by the earthquake and ...read more
29/04/2011
 - Contribuer à la reconstitution de la capacité de production des familles vulnérables victimes des inondations de la capitale du Burkina Faso à travers un appui à ...read more
05/04/2011
 - Poor productivity in the agriculture sector has contributed to chronic food insecurity in Zimbabwe. This project was funded through the European Union Food Facility as part ...read more
21/03/2011
 - To reduce the vulnerability of rural communities by addressing their immediate postdroughtneeds.
25/02/2011
 - Contribuer à sauvegarder les moyens de subsistance des populations vulnérables en renforçant la sécurité alimentaire des troupeaux des ménages de petits éleveurs en zone pastorale, la ...read more
18/02/2011
 - To restore the crop production and food security of the most vulnerable farmers and fishers households in cyclone-affected areas and to rebuild their livelihoods in a ...read more
10/01/2011
 - To immediately restore summer crop production capacity, food security and income generation for vulnerable small-scale farmers in non-irrigated areas of the most cyclone-affected townships in the ...read more
10/01/2011
 - In an effort to stem rising rural poverty in Nicaragua, the European Union (EU) and FAO have joined the government in supporting organisations of small-scale farmers ...read more
25/10/2010
 - The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is to provide FAO with USD 16 million to support wheat planting, prevent further livestock losses and de-silt irrigation ...read more
23/09/2010