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 - Over the past five decades, the Horn of Africa has seen a continuous stream of both natural and man-made shocks. Combined with poor governance of land ...read more
21/10/2020
 - Three UN agencies are calling for greater stabilization efforts and assistance to the most vulnerable in Burkina Faso, Mali and the Niger by bridging the gap ...read more
20/10/2020
 - FAO has been working to support vulnerable farmers in Afghanistan and prevent the spread of COVID-19 in agricultural markets across the country. At Jalalabad’s livestock market, Gholam Rasool, ...read more
15/10/2020
 - Since August 2020, the Niger has been facing the worst floods in its history, affecting over half a million people in one season. Heavy rainfall, coupled with rising ...read more
13/10/2020
 - To sustainably increase food production of targeted households and communities and enable them to restore/maintain their productive capacity when faced with chronic pressure or shocks.
09/10/2020
 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has welcomed a $3 million contribution from Germany and Sweden to help farmers in the world's ...read more
08/10/2020
 - Since July 2020, heavy rains and flooding combined with historical overflow of the River Nile and its tributaries have affected most of the states in the ...read more
08/10/2020
 - The GRFC 2020 reported the highest global number of acutely food-insecure people on record. It revealed that in 2019, some 135 million in 55 countries and ...read more
08/10/2020
 - The Sudan is a country in transition that is facing multiple crises, ranging from political, economic, health and environmental issues. The latest Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) for June–September 2020 ...read more
07/10/2020
 - Since July 2020, torrential rains and flooding combined with the historical overflow of the River Nile and its tributaries, the highest levels in a century, have ...read more
07/10/2020
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