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Myanmar floods six months on: agricultural livelihoods still buried in the mud
 - 05/02/2016 - During the winter months, the farmland around Pauk Khoan village is normally full of brightly coloured vegetable crops – sunflower, peanut, red bean, mustard broadleaf and maize. But this year ...read more

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‘I’m not sick, I’m hungry.’ Fighting food insecurity in South Sudan
 - 26/01/2016 - Nyalen Kuong is suffering from acute malnutrition. Seven months ago, the 40-year-old fled Leer town to Dangyow Island in Leer County with her four children after violence broke out. During ...read more
Ebola recovery support boosts farmers in Sierra Leone
 - 25/01/2016 - The outbreak of the Ebola Virus Disease has a multi-sectoral adverse impact in Sierra Leone, including on agriculture, which is one of the major income generating sector in the country. ...read more
Protecting livestock health in the midst of conflict in South Sudan
 - 18/01/2016 - For the first time in over eight months, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Emergency Livestock Response Team in South Sudan has reached the town of ...read more
Strengthening agriculture and food security information in South Sudan
 - 05/01/2016 - With South Sudan still facing a large-scale food crisis, the need for quality data on crop harvests is crucial. As part of strengthening the agriculture and food security information, FAO ...read more
Building resilience amidst ongoing challenges in Nepal
 - 21/12/2015 - Amidst ongoing challenges in Nepal following the earthquakes in April/May 2015, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is continuing its recovery and rehabilitation activities to strengthen ...read more
Toward the development of a regional emergency program for the prevention and control of H5N1 Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza
 - 17/12/2015 - From 15 to 17 December, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has convened a regional consultation with the stakeholders of the poultry sector from West and ...read more
FAO-Belgium collaboration continues to help Vanuatu recover from Tropical Cyclone Pam
 - 16/12/2015 - Belgium’s USD 285 000 contribution to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) emergency programme in Vanuatu provides help to more than 4 000 families (approximately 20 ...read more
Livelihood support rejuvenates the activities of farmers affected by the Ebola outbreak
 - 14/12/2015 - The declaration of the end of the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone brought relief to the government and citizens, after a 72 week-long outbreak that has caused over 3 500 ...read more
FAO-Belgium project avoided disruption of the large-scale locust control operations during the 2014/15 campaign in Madagascar
 - 11/12/2015 - Since April 2012, Madagascar is facing a Migratory Malagasy Locust plague that threatens the food security of 13 million people (60 percent of the population), 9 million of whom rely ...read more
In Papua New Guinea one third of the population is affected by drought and frost
 - 09/12/2015 - Vivian Jones, her oldest boy David and other three sons are living on a single meal a day – down from the three they used to eat. Frost and drought ...read more
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