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Mali fileadmin/user_upload/emergencies/img/large_Mali_2021.jpeg Des moyens d’existence plus forts et résilients grâce au travail de la FAO (IN FRENCH)
 - 01/12/2020 - Au Mali, les deux dernières années (2018 et 2019) ont été marquées par une forte augmentation de la fréquence des chocs, notamment en termes d’insécurité, d’aléas climatiques, de variabilité des prix ...read more

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Lebanon fileadmin/user_upload/emergencies/img/medium_Lebanon .jpg FAO supports Lebanon’s Ministry of Agriculture to control lumpy skin disease
 - 26/08/2020 - The livestock sector in Lebanon is currently facing many challenges related to the economic crisis the country is experiencing. The capacity of the Ministry of Agriculture to fight infectious animal diseases has ...read more
Myanmar fileadmin/user_upload/emergencies/img/medium_Myanmar.jpg Strengthening early warning early action capacity
 - 25/08/2020 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) hosted a series of training sessions aimed at strengthening the capacity of technical staff from the Department of Agriculture on ...read more
South Sudan fileadmin/user_upload/emergencies/img/medium_South Sudan (1).jpg Cash for seeds brings new hope to Santa and 12 000 vulnerable farmers in Magwi
 - 25/08/2020 - Santa Angwech David, 23 years old, lives in Magwi, near the South Sudanese border with Kenya. She’s the mother of two girls and a boy and dreams that her children ...read more
Myanmar fileadmin/user_upload/emergencies/img/medium_24770HN2_9869.jpg FAO supports veterinary services with virtual capacity building for a lumpy skin disease risk assessment
 - 24/08/2020 - Under COVID-19 restrictions, FAO’s Emergency Management Centre for Animal Health provided virtual support to Myanmar to develop its LSD preparedness In December 2019, after monitoring the development of a lumpy skin ...read more
Building climate resilience in Southern Africa
 - 12/08/2020 - A newly launched FAO project is aimed at strengthening partnerships to bring conservation agriculture to farmers across Southern Africa Since Grace – a farmer and a mother from Zambia – left ...read more
Turkey fileadmin/user_upload/emergencies/img/medium_large_aysegul.png FAO promotes Farmer Field Schools to create employment opportunities for Syrian and Turkish farmers
 - 12/08/2020 - A training-of-trainers programme was launched today for 13 selected facilitators coming from Turkey’s four provinces. The programm is part of the Farmer Field Schools component of an FAO project, funded ...read more
Teaming up to defend against locusts
 - 12/08/2020 - In West Africa, countries are sharing pesticides and other supplies, rather than overstocking With desert locusts ravaging large swathes of East Africa in recent months, concerns have been rising that swarms ...read more
Myanmar fileadmin/user_upload/emergencies/img/medium_Cash distribution  Kan Thar Yar Maungdaw 2.JPG FAO provides cash support along with agricultural inputs to vulnerable farmers
 - 11/08/2020 - The implications of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) among vulnerable farming communities in central and northern Rakhine State, Myanmar are distressing enough without adding the impacts of the protracted conflict, ...read more
Germany supports FAO in rebuilding seed systems in Southern Africa after Cyclone Idai
 - 07/08/2020 - In Sub-Saharan Africa, around 80 percent of seeds used by smallholder farmers come from seed systems managed by farmers. Local seeds have adapted over centuries to local growing conditions and ...read more
Turkey fileadmin/user_upload/emergencies/img/medium_large_sheikh.jpg FAO and Japan support Syrian refugees and Turkish host communities in starting agribusinesses
 - 05/08/2020 - Field activities have kicked-off with precautionary measures against COVID-19  Another round of vocational trainings are about to start in Bursa, İzmir, and Şanlıurfa provinces to support selected Syrian refugees under temporary ...read more