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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 contribute to food, income and livelihood security of economically active, low-income urban and rural households in five states.
24/07/2014
 - To improve the long-term nutrition, life and food security of orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs) affected by HIV and AIDS in Mozambique.
23/07/2014
 - To contribute to the restoration and strengthening of food security of internally displaced persons, returnees and conflict- and flood-affected families.
23/07/2014
 - Thanks to a coordinated response by FAO with Norwegian support and the Philippine government, 13 700 small-scale rice farming households have been provided after Typhoon Haiyan ...read more
23/07/2014
 - Typhoon Haiyan last November severely damaged the agriculture sector, which provides 40.5 percent of national employment for men and 21.8 percent for women in the Philippines. ...read more
23/07/2014
 - It took FAO and its partners in Syria nearly three months to complete the distribution of poultry packages in the tormented governorate of Rural Damascus, but ...read more
23/07/2014
 - To improve household food and nutrition security in vulnerable communities by diversifying home food production and giving access to resilient food storage facilities.
22/07/2014
 - To strengthen the coordination of agricultural activities at the national, province and district levels, with Government institutions increasingly taking responsibility of these efforts.
17/07/2014
 - In the period April to June 2014, 260 teachers from primary and secondary schools from all ten districts of Lesotho participated in training on Conservation Agriculture ...read more
14/07/2014
 - To restore cassava yields by reinforcing the capacity of the most food insecure subsistence farmers to prevent, mitigate, prepare for and respond to cassava-related diseases in ...read more
09/07/2014