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UN Security Council recognises conflict as a major cause of famine
 - 17/08/2017 - The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) welcomes the UN Security Council's recognition of conflict as a major cause of famine, and the call to enhance longer-term recovery and resilience of conflict-affected ...read more

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West and Central Africa discussed coordination and synergies to contain Avian Influenza
 - 22/06/2015 - A two-day regional emergency consultation meeting held in Abuja, Nigeria, on 15 and 16 June 2015, discussed regional and national strategies and their implementation to improve regional coordination and synergies ...read more
More than $20 million urgently needed to help Nepal’s farmers recover from earthquake
 - 19/06/2015 - Some $20 million is urgently needed to support farmers in earthquake-hit Nepal resume agricultural activities and stave off the threat of prolonged food insecurity facing an estimated one million people, ...read more
FAO works side-by-side with community-based animal health workers to improve livestock health in South Sudan
 - 18/06/2015 - In the day of a community-based animal health worker (CBAHW) in South Sudan, you have to rise and shine before the cows do. CBAHWs are trained veterinarian service providers and ...read more
Survival kits provide lifeline to displaced in South Sudan
 - 16/06/2015 - United Nations agencies and Non-governmental Organizations in South Sudan have undertaken an emergency airlift operation to deliver survival kits, containing lifesaving supplies, to internally displaced persons (IDPs) in hard-to-reach areas ...read more
Rooting resilience through Farmer Field Schools in South Sudan
 - 16/06/2015 - With his hands full of tomatoes, Atiang Lual Yel took a break from his farm work to meet with a team from FAO South Sudan and the Swiss Agency for ...read more
Grand Gedeh County superintendent appreciates FAO requests more support for farmers
 - 16/06/2015 - Hon. Peter Solo, Grand Gedeh County Superintendent, has commended FAO for its enduring partnership in agriculture. Speaking in Zwedru in May when FAO Representative in Liberia Mr. Marc Abdala - ...read more
Higher farm labor cost affects women farmers
 - 15/06/2015 - The increase in the cost for labour in farming communities in Sierra Leone has greatly disturbed the activities of farmers, to the extent of preventing most women from engaging in ...read more
Stabilizing Nepal’s mountain slopes to help farmers return to their fields
 - 15/06/2015 - Since the earthquakes in Nepal, some farmers have noticed water disappearing into the ground, leaving just-watered terraces suddenly dry. Certain springs have dried up while others have suddenly filled with ...read more
Farming communities survive Ebola virus disease
 - 11/06/2015 - Robust social mobilization activities including sensitization has largely contributed to the increase in the survival rate. In August 2014, 127 agriculture extension agents across Sierra Leone were trained on social ...read more
FAO Representative urges beneficiaries  to take ownership of project farms
 - 11/06/2015 - On a three day official field visit to Grand Gedeh and Maryland Counties in early May, FAO Representative in Liberia, Marc Abdala, said FAO-supported projects were aimed at increasing food ...read more