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Norway donates $10 million to FAO South Sudan
 - 15/09/2014 - Norway has donated approximately $10 million to help FAO provide conflict-affected farmers, fishers and herders in South Sudan with critical livelihood support. Norway’s gift will allow FAO to distribute emergency livelihood kits – including crop seeds, ...read more

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Tools of recovery in Haiti
 - 08/02/2010 - FAO has started an emergency support scheme for 600 people to quickly clear irrigation canals in and around the epicentre of the January 12 earthquake in Haiti to save bean ...read more
Haiti
 - 02/02/2010 - As long as you had the money, one thing a traveler would have passing through the poor Haitian farming town of Leogane, before the terrible earthquake on January 12, was ...read more
Dire winter triggers livestock disaster in Mongolia
 - 02/02/2010 - Temperatures plunging to -50°C have killed 1.7 million head of livestock in Mongolia, threatening the livelihoods of 21 000 herder families and putting them at risk of food insecurity, FAO warned ...read more
Haiti’s USD 700 million agriculture blueprint
 - 29/01/2010 - FAO is calling for international donors to support a $700 million investment plan in the agricultural sector drawn up by the Haitian government to repair earthquake damaged infrastructure, boost national ...read more
Haiti’s post-earthquake rehabilitation begins with farmers
 - 21/01/2010 - FAO Director-General Jacques Diouf said today that with the first stage of Haiti's rescue operation now underway the country and the aid effort should simultaneously move to the urgent support ...read more
FAO calls for USD 23 million to step-up farming in Haiti
 - 16/01/2010 - FAO has called for $23 million from international donors for agriculture in Haiti as part of the United Nations $562 million appeal for that country following the devastating earthquake. The money ...read more
Statement on Haiti earthquake from Jacques Diouf
 - 15/01/2010 - I am deeply shocked and saddened at the suffering and devastation of apocalyptic proportions we are witnessing in Haiti following Tuesday’s earthquake. FAO expresses its full solidarity and commitment to international ...read more
Haiti Earthquake: Food and agriculture key part of the recovery
 - 14/01/2010 - The immediate priorities in Haiti following Tuesday’s devastating earthquake are to rescue those still trapped, bring relief and shelter to the injured, road clearing and other operations that are life-saving. But ...read more
Deadly cattle plague, once the bane of farmers, on its deathbed
 - 30/11/2009 - In animal health circles, it's the equivalent of the Apollo 11 moon landing: some time in the next 18 months, FAO jointly with the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) and ...read more
Locust infestation in Mauritania
 - 26/10/2009 - Ground control operations are in progress against an infestation of desert locusts in Mauritania. As long as there are no heavy rains the infestations should be eliminated by early December, ...read more