la República Democrática del Congo

la República Democrática del Congo

Read more about FAO in emergencies and the crisis in the Democratic Republic of the CongoThe Democratic Republic of the Congo continues to suffer from a series of shocks – armed conflict, epidemic outbreaks and natural hazards – that increase humanitarian needs and people’s vulnerabilities. In 2018, the crisis in the country drastically worsened, spreading to previously unaffected areas, and continues to cause significant population displacement in the region, with 1.3 million people internally displaced – the majority of whom live with host families who already face chronic poverty and food insecurity.

In the effort to contribute to peace-building, FAO is working to protect and restore the livelihoods of crisis-affected households, to increase their self-reliance, enhance production and marketing chains, and to support the establishment of income-generating activities.

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 - Key points According to preliminary results of the latest Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) analysis (August 2019) 15.9 million Congolese are severely food insecure and struggle ...read more
11/10/2019
 - This update, facilitated by the Food Security Information Network and produced under the Global Network Against Food Crises, provides the members of the United Nations Security Council ...read more
05/09/2019
 - Key points Some 13.1 million Congolese are severely food insecure (Integrated Food Security Phase Classification [IPC], August 2018), who struggle to feed themselves daily – only second ...read more
09/07/2019
 - In May 2019, the FAO and WFP Emergency and Resilience Directors, Dominique Burgeon and Margot van der Velden, respectively, visited project sites in Rutshuru (North Kivu) ...read more
25/06/2019
 - Renforcer la sécurité alimentaire et de la nutrition des déplacés et retournés du Grand Kasaï.
18/06/2019
 - In the village of Kasheke, located near Lake Kivu in the province of South Kivu in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rachel Akonkwa goes to ...read more
15/03/2019
 - Key points The results of the latest IPC analysis (August 2018) indicate that the number of people in IPC Phase 4 (emergency) is 3.5 million – a ...read more
28/02/2019
 - FAO, in partnership with the Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock, has launched a cattle vaccination campaign in the provinces of Kwilu and Kwango in the Democratic ...read more
20/02/2019
 -  to assist 434 175 people FAO requires USD 34 million period January – December 2019                                 South Sudan’s protracted conflict remains the largest contributing factor to internal displacement and exodus of refugees into ...read more
11/02/2019
 -  to assist 235 350 people FAO requires USD 18.1 million period January – December 2019                                 In 2018, the crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo drastically worsened, spreading to previously unaffected ...read more
11/02/2019