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Damage of the Tropical Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu
24/03/2015 - Strong winds, heavy rains and floods resulting from Tropical Cyclone Pam have caused extensive damage to agriculture throughout Vanuatu.According to initial rapid assessments that the Vanuatu government led in four ...read more
Assessment mission to Nimule in South Sudan
17/03/2015 - FAO South Sudan and DFID teams travelled to Nimule, Eastern Equatoria State to conduct a joint assessment mission for the FAO implemented and DFID funded project “Emergency Livelihood Support to ...read more
Visit to communities affected by the Ebola outbreak in Bong County, Liberia
09/03/2015 - With funding from the Swiss Development Cooperation, FAO and partners in Liberia including the Ministries of Agriculture and Gender are reaching out to 3 000 households (over 15 000 people) ...read more
Investigation on livestock disease transmission in South Sudan
06/03/2015 - An investigation on livestock disease transmission was conducted in Nimule, South Sudan, in February 2015. A team of livestock experts from FAO and the Government of South Sudan collected dozens ...read more
Visit to communities affected by the Ebola outbreak in Lofa County, Liberia
02/03/2015 - With funding from the Swiss Development Cooperation, FAO and partners in Liberia including the Ministries of Agriculture and Gender are reaching out to 3 000 households (over 15 000 people) ...read more
The rehabilitation of mangrove sites in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan
06/02/2015 - Under the fisheries programme, FAO is assisting 19 000 fisher households by way of repairing post-harvest facilities, providing inputs and increasing the resilience of coastal communities and their livelihoods. As ...read more
Urgent help for farmers after heavy flooding in Malawi
29/01/2015 - More than 170,000 people have had to leave their homes in Malawi after heavy flooding. Some 79 deaths have been confirmed so far, while 153 people are still missing in ...read more
Field visit to assess the livestock situation in South Sudan
23/01/2015 - Less than three years since its Independence, violence erupted in South Sudan in December 2013. Since then, 1.5 million South Sudanese fled their homes, some managing to bring valuable livelihood ...read more
From Farm-to-Table in South Sudan
31/12/2014 - In September 2014, despite the ongoing crisis in South Sudan, two young entrepreneurs turned ideas into action by opening “Omega” the country’s first farm-to-table restaurant. Omega is well situated in ...read more
Fishing kits for families in Palek island, South Sudan
19/12/2014 - In an effort to increase production, availability and access to food sources in states less affected by the crisis in South Sudan, FAO and partners distributed fishing kits for 8 ...read more
Women farmers in Zimbabwe start vegetable farming as a business
26/11/2014 - Through FAO’s voucher programme, women farmers in Zimbabwe – often the most vulnerable households – were able to start vegetable farming as a business, giving them a crucial source of ...read more
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