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FAO Info Niger - Janvier, février, mars 2011
 - Bulletin trimestriel d’information de l’Unité de Coordination des Urgences et de la Réhabilitation Conformément à sa mission fondamentale d’aider à construire un monde libéré de la faim, la FAO conduit, au Niger, plusieurs programmes et projets dont la finalité est de contribuer à l’amélioration de la sécurité alimentaire des populations. Pour créer ...read more
31/03/2011
Pakistan Floods 2010 - Executive Brief 9 March 2011
 - The 2010 monsoon floods affected the lives of over 18 million people and took an enormous toll on the rural poor. Around 80 percent of people in the affected areas depend on agriculture to provide for their families. A large majority lost their immediate and future sources of food and ...read more
09/03/2011
Assessment and Programme Formulation Guidelines for Agriculture Emergencies (APF)
 - The great majority of communities affected by disasters in developing countries are directly or indirectly dependent on agriculture for their livelihoods. Early investment in rehabilitating the sources of livelihoods not only reduces the risk of protracted relief operations and displacement but also provides a sustainable and efficient means of return ...read more
03/03/2011
Évaluation globale de la situation alimentaire, des marchés et des flux transfrontaliers
 - Missions Conjointes, bassins centre et ouest de l'Afrique de l'Ouest: Ghana, Burkina Faso, Mali, Mauritanie, Sénégal Dans les bassins centre et ouest, les productions céréalières, maraîchères, légumineuses et tubercules ont été globalement bonnes au titre de la campagne agricole 2010/11 pour la deuxième fois consécutive à la faveur des bonnes conditions climatiques. Actuellement, ...read more
01/03/2011
Marchés et Sécurité Alimentaire dans le Bassin Est - Mars 2011
 - Le marché céréalier dans le bassin Est, est actuellement caractérisé par une situation multiforme selon le produit considéré à cause des bonnes récoltes enregistrées, d’une baisse de la demande pour la consommation humaine (il y a moins de populations vulnérables cette année) et de la non effectivité de la demande ...read more
01/03/2011
A Response Analysis Framework for Food and Nutrition Security Interventions at District Level
 - Despite considerable investment over the years by government and nongovernment actors, and despite a generally adequate availability of food on local markets, NTT remains one of the most food-insecure Provinces in Indonesia. Why does chronic and acute food insecurity and malnutrition persist at such high levels in the Province? In order ...read more
01/03/2011
FAO Uganda Information Bulletin - Vol. 4 Issue 7, October 2010 - March 2011
 - Welcome to the first issue of the FAO Uganda Information Bulletin in 2011. Being the least developed region in the country, it is imperative that development partners understand the conditions that influence the livelihoods of the people in Karamoja. In this context, FAO carried out a baseline Household Economy Analysis ...read more
01/03/2011
Food Security in Disaster Risk Reduction Newsletter - Vol. 1 Issue 5, March 2011
 - Mainstreaming HIV and Gender in ECHO DRR Food Security Projects Southern Africa remains at the epicentre of the global HIV epidemic. UNAIDS estimates that 35% of all HIV infected people live in this region and the majority are women. Although there is evidence of the epidemic stabilizing in some countries, HIV ...read more
01/03/2011
Pakistan Agriculture Cluster Newsletter - February 2011
 - Latest News At the national-level Cluster meeting on 4 January 2011, gender was identified as a priority cross-cutting issue for the agriculture and livelihoods sector. The ARNA will start in Sindh to identify early recovery interventions, such as watercourses for rehabilitation. The Assessment will be conducted by the Food and Agriculture Organization ...read more
08/02/2011
Pakistan Floods 2010 - Executive Brief 7 February 2011
 - The 2010 monsoon floods affected the lives of over 18 million people and took an enormous toll on the rural poor. Around 80 percent of people in the affected areas depend on agriculture to provide for their families. A large majority lost their immediate and future sources of food and ...read more
07/02/2011