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Visit to communities affected by the Ebola outbreak in 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
Answer to la Niña in Colombia
16/04/2013 - The winter emergency that occurred in Colombia during 2010, was the worst occurred  in the last 60 years. The “Niña” climate phenomenon heavily altered the country’s climate patterns which caused ...read more
Migratory Locust swarm in Madagascar
11/04/2013 - Latest photos from Ilakaka on the locust crisis that Madagascar is facing.
Repatriation and reintegration in Burundi
09/04/2013 - FAO Burundi has been supporting the harmonious reintegration of returnees in the southern provinces of Makamba, Rutana and Bururi. Through the project, FAO has supported more than 4000 households (20,000 ...read more
Locust plague in Madagascar
25/03/2013 - A locust plague is threatening the livelihoods of 13 million people in Madagascar, nine million of whom earn a living from agriculture. Locust infestations, if untreated, could wipe out food ...read more
Supporting food insecure families in Malawi
19/03/2013 - Malawi is a small, landlocked African country suffering frequent droughts and floods. These extreme weather events damage infrastructure and housing and occasionally displace significant portions of the population. However, it ...read more
Training on ESSS - Cote d
20/02/2013 - The post-election crisis in Côte d'Ivoire had far-reaching consequences under a humanitarian point of view in general and in particular for the level of food security and nutritional status. Facing ...read more
Restoration of riverbeds - St Lucia
14/02/2013 - FAO and the Forestry Department agreed to restore the most affected rivers and tributaries in four Forestry Ranges of St Lucia through the clearing of debris and the removal of ...read more
Conservation agriculture - Zambia
08/02/2013 - From 2009 to 2012, FAO Zambia has been working with close to 600 extension staff from the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock to promote conservation agriculture to small-scale farming households, ...read more
Fishing for peace - Burundi
14/01/2013 - In Burundi, FAO is supporting returnee, displaced and ex-combatant groups on Lake Tanganyika though a UN Peace Building Support Office supported project aiming to consolidate peace and build sustainable livelihoods ...read more
Waterhole monitoring: High-tech drought preparedness and response - Kenya
09/01/2013 - Pastoral communities in Kenya depend on watering holes for their livestock. Water shortages have led to conflict among communities and for some pastoralists to give up their livelihood entirely. Waterholes are ...read more