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FAO and government team up to restore food security in northern Mali
 - 01/04/2015 - The government of Mali and FAO have launched the implementation phase of a $5 million project aimed at restoring the livelihoods of households affected by the armed conflicts and climate ...read more

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Targeting total eradication of a devastating livestock disease
 - 31/03/2015 - The world can definitively stamp out a plague that devastates sheep and goats, freeing hundreds of millions of rural families from one of the major risks to their food security ...read more
Linking IDPs and host communities through nutrition voucher schemes
 - 31/03/2015 - In the early weeks of the South Sudan crisis last year, thousands of families crossed state borders from Jonglei to Nimule, Eastern Equatoria State to escape violence and fighting. Until ...read more
FAO appeals for $121 million to support livelihoods affected by Syria crisis
 - 30/03/2015 - Some $121 million are urgently needed to prevent further deterioration of the food security situation and the collapse of regional food chains amidst the ongoing crisis in Syria, which has ...read more
In Niger, a pilot seed security assessment allows evidence-based interventions in the seed sector
 - 26/03/2015 - The Government of Niger gives great priority to seed security in its National Policy Document (PSN) of 2012. The Policy foresees an emergency plan in the event of a declared ...read more
Madagascar’s Minister for Livestock: Locust plague affects those suffering chronic hunger
 - 25/03/2015 - FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva today met with Madagascar’s Minister for Livestock, Anthèlme Ramparany, to discuss the progress in halting the locust plague that since 2012 has spread across ...read more
Liberia: “We will maintain the fight against Ebola”
 - 25/03/2015 - Jeffery Manwean lives in Sehyikimpa in Nimba County, Liberia. He lost eight members of his family and was unable to harvest his crops because of Ebola. “My second daughter visited ...read more
FAO project helps seaweed farmers regain livelihoods after Haiyan
 - 24/03/2015 - When Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) struck in November 2013, it severely damaged and destroyed many seaweed facilities and production, crippling the income of Filipino coastal farmers who relied on this as ...read more
Crisis–stricken farmers need urgent help to plant in the Central African Republic
 - 24/03/2015 - Farmers in the Central African Republic are in urgent need of seeds and tools for the upcoming planting season in April to prevent further deterioration of the livelihoods of vulnerable ...read more
Vanuatu: Early reports suggest vast majority of crops destroyed
 - 20/03/2015 - Strong winds, heavy rains and floods resulting from Tropical Cyclone Pam have caused extensive damage to agriculture throughout Vanuatu, including the main food and export crops, livestock, and fisheries infrastructure, ...read more
FAO boosts food security efforts in countries affected by Syria crisis
 - 17/03/2015 - FAO is scaling up its support to Jordan and other countries in the region affected by the humanitarian crisis in Syria that has entered its fifth year. In the presence of ...read more
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