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 - Key points Conflict continues to drive hunger in Yemen. It is threatening agricultural livelihoods, destroying assets, limiting income opportunities stimulating displacement and weakening purchasing power. A total of 15.9 million people were severely food insecure despite ongoing humanitrarian assistance (IPC report December 2018 - January 2019). A follow up hotspot analysis indiciated ...read more
 - Highlights: FAO China ECTAD attendance at the Regional Consultation for the Development of the Emerging Pandemic Threats-2 Program (EPT-2) Final Report for Asia
 -  Despite overall satisfactory agricultural production, ongoing civil insecurity in the region remains the main driver of food insecurity in the Sahel, with worsening levels of food security and nutrition. Forage deficits were recorded in the far west of the Sahel, particularly in Mauritania and Senegal, and parts of Burkina Faso, Chad, ...read more
 -  The conflict and its impact on communities have become the main driver of food insecurity in northern and central Mali.The regions of Gao, Ménaka, Mopti, Segou and Timbuktu are experiencing increased levels of violent incidents, attacks by armed groups and inter-community conflict, leading to regular forced population movements. As a ...read more
 - Early Action to Drought - Affected Pastoral and Agro-Pastoral Communities in Ethiopia A large proportion of the people living in the lowland areas of Ethiopia are pastoralists engaged in extensive livestock herding and cultivation of a few crops. Beyond their direct role in generating food and income, livestock is an asset, ...read more
 -  The recent upsurge in violence by armed groups in the Niger and increased intercommunal conflict in the border areas with Burkina Faso, Mali and Nigeria have caused an unprecedented humanitarian crisis and higher levels of food insecurity among local populations. In addition to increased insecurity, flash floods since July 2019, particularly ...read more
 - Key messages Under its 2019 rainy season activities, FAO has reached all 98 400 targeted households with crop seed and/or fertilizer. Harvesting is ongoing across northeastern Nigeria. While preliminary findings point to general good smallholder farmer yields, reduced yields are anticipated in southern Borno due to the prevalence of fall armyworm ...read more
 - Avec environ 16 millions d’ha de pâturage, largement sous exploités, presque autant de terres cultivables et un réseau hydrographique dense et présent sur tout le territoire national, la République centrafricaine constitue une zone clé pour la survie du bétail en Afrique centrale. Toutefois, la crise militaro-politique que traverse le pays ...read more
 - La variabilité des écosystèmes permet à la République centrafricaine de disposer d’une diversité biologique riche, composée de différents types de végétation: la forêt dense humide, les savanes, les forêts denses sèches, les steppes et les galeries forestières le long des cours d’eau. Ces zones fournissent des ressources capitales à une ...read more
 - La République centrafricaine est dotée d’immenses ressources naturelles, le pays compte environ 16 millions d’ha de terres arables ainsi que d’importantes réserves en eau propice à la production agricole et sylvopastorale. Cependant, leur exploitation a été entravée par des années de sous-investissement, de mauvaise gestion, de pillage et de conflits ...read more
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