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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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 - Improve the food security, livelihood and nutrition conditions of vulnerable households living in crisis-affected areas through the provision of cereal seeds.
15/01/2015
 - Contribuer à la relance économique du secteur agricole et au relèvement communautaire, participant ainsi à la réduction de l’insécurité alimentaire et à la consolidation de la ...read more
13/01/2015
 - Recently, farmers in Lesotho have been consistently obtaining low yields from their staple crops. This has affected food production as well as considerably reducing incomes. The causes ...read more
09/01/2015
 - To contribute to poverty reduction through protection of livestock assets.
31/12/2014
 - To improve, protect and sustain food security and livelihoods of the vulnerable conflict-affected households in the target areas.
30/12/2014
 - To ensure that affected populations receive appropriate and sufficient food security solutions in times of emergency.
19/12/2014
 - HIGHLIGHTS FAO is providing assistance in four critical areas of intervention, in support of over 157 600 families in the Philippines: Rice and corn farming – FAO has ...read more
17/12/2014
 - To prevent the erosion of herders’ productive assets, minimize the risk of them becoming dependent on aid and minimize the negative effects of external shocks on ...read more
16/12/2014
 - To mitigate household food insecurity in vulnerable and marginalized areas of the West Bank and Gaza Strip (especially for those who lost access to sea and ...read more
16/12/2014
 - To strengthen the resilience of populations affected by malnutrition and food insecurity and reduce the negative impact of food and nutrition crises in West Africa.
11/12/2014