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Early Warning Early Action approach in Madagascar
19/02/2018 - The world is facing unprecedented humanitarian needs and increasingly frequent large-scale natural disasters. Anticipating and mitigating crises has never been more critical. The FAO Early Warning – Early Action (EWEA) ...read more
02/03/2012 - Since 2002, the humanitarian community in Zimbabwe has supported smallholder farmers through free direct input distributions. However, thanks to positive macro-economic and food security conditions, the country is beginning to ...read more
29/02/2012 - A program run jointly by FAO, WFP, UNDP in Liberia.
28/02/2012 - FAO together with partners continues to support the Government of Liberia (GoL) in efforts aimed at boosting food production through the rehabilitation of critically needed lowland farming infrastructure and schemes, ...read more
20/02/2012 - In Guatemala, FAO has been implementing emergency assistance and rehabilitation activities to support the most vulnerable farming households affected by natural disaster such as floods, drought, and tropical storms, and ...read more
20/02/2012 - The project "Recovery of livestock and emergency support to small farmers affected by the Puyehue eruption in Argentine´s provinces Rio Negro and Neuquen", run by FAO in the context of ...read more
13/02/2012 - In Colombia, FAO developed emergency assistance and rehabilitation activities, aimed at vulnerable communities affected by violence and natural disasters, to support them in recovering their livelihoods.
02/02/2012 - FAO in emergencies Reporting Unit at work.
16/01/2012 - A series of "Agents of Change" workshops have been organized by the Emergency Operations and Rehabilitation Division of FAO. The objective is to create a community of practice that can catalyse ...read more
10/01/2012 - FAO’s emergency and rehabilitation work in the Sahelian belt of Chad is essential to reduce malnutrition. In collaboration with its local partners and the Government, FAO helps farmers to have ...read more