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FAO seed kits cushion harvest losses in Mozambique
 - 23/04/2019 - Tomás is a smallholder farmer from Lamego, in Mozambique’s Sofala province. At 43, he, his wife and their eight children just lost all the crops they would have harvested last ...read more

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FAO’s vaccination campaigns in Borno save smallholders’ herds and income
 - 19/04/2019 - Seven of Abu Abbajiddi’s 16 cattle have died in the last thirteen months. For the 51 year old father of eight from Gongulong community of Jere, Borno state, each of ...read more
A fresh supply of eggs is boosting incomes and nutrition in northeastern Nigeria
 - 16/04/2019 - Six weeks ago, a rust-coloured red truck backed into the entrance of Bakassi Camp for IDPs, mere metres from the half-finished house where Falmata Mohammed and her family had been ...read more
Belgium contributes to enhancing the food security and nutrition of Cyclone Idai-affected populations in Mozambique
 - 15/04/2019 - In mid-March Tropical Cyclone Idai made landfall on Mozambique, resulting in heavy rainfall and violent winds, tracking inland from Beira City and continuing through central provinces, threatening lives and livelihoods. ...read more
FAO starts distribution of much-needed seeds and tools in cyclone-ravaged Mozambique
 - 12/04/2019 - Farmers in areas left devastated by Tropical Cyclone Idai in Mozambique have started to receive much-needed agricultural inputs thanks to a joint effort by the Food and Agriculture Organization of ...read more
FAO and leading Islamic charity group to work together to build resilience of vulnerable populations
 - 05/04/2019 - FAO and the Kuwait-based International Islamic Charity Organization (IICO) agreed to step up their cooperation to help vulnerable populations better cope with natural disasters and other shocks, which are among ...read more
EU supports integrated agricultural practices to boost the resilience of farmers in the Syrian Arab Republic
 - 04/04/2019 - Strengthening the resilience of crisis-affected people in the Syrian Arab Republic is a goal shared by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the European Union ...read more
Promoting fish farming in northeastern Nigeria with support from the European Union Trust Fund
 - 04/04/2019 - The armed insurgency in northeastern Nigeria has resulted in the disruption of fishing livelihoods, an important source of food and income, especially for households dependent on the Lake Chad, a ...read more
For Syrian refugees in Turkey agriculture is hope
 - 03/04/2019 - Thirty Syrian workers start new jobs today at the Dağcıoğlu Baharat red pepper production factory in Kahramanmaraş, Turkey. They were hired by the factory’s owner, Mehmet Dağcı, at the conclusion ...read more
Global Report on Food Crises: acute hunger still affecting over 100 million people worldwide
 - 02/04/2019 - A report presented today jointly by the European Union, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and the UN World Food Programme (WFP) finds that around 113 million people ...read more
Immediate help for Mozambique
 - 29/03/2019 - The lives and livelihoods of farmers and fishers in the three Southern African countries hit by Tropical Cyclone Idai are under severe threat, with communities in Mozambique bearing a particularly ...read more
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