With little time to lose to secure a winter harvest in Hurricane-struck Haiti, FAO has begun emergency distributions of seeds and tools to help disaster-affected families produce food and restore livelihoods lost in Haiti’s biggest humanitarian crisis since the 2010 earthquake.
In Dangarandove - a dry, thorny, remote village about 200 km south of Zimbabwe’s capital Harare, Florence Murairwa, a mother of 5, is an innovative woman who values nutrition ...read more
Thanks to partnership with FAO, among other inputs, Cordaid distributed nearly 200 tonnes of seeds (groundnut, maize and rice) and 15 000 hoes to 7 500 families (37 500 people) ...read more
Description: FAO is working towards increasing the resilience of people and their livelihoods to natural hazards, human-induced disasters and protracted crises that impact agriculture, nutrition, food security and food safety. ...read more