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 - To address the immediate food needs of vulnerable households through cash-based transfers, including cash-for-work (CFW), unconditional cash transfers (UCTs) and cash+, to increase household food security ...read more
20/05/2019
 - Renforcer la résilience des moyens d’existence des agriculteurs des zones reprises touchées par des crises, grâce à la réparation et la réhabilitation des infrastructures endommagées.
12/12/2018
 - FAO’s cash-based programmes support smallholder farmers and other vulnerable people who are particularly exposed to the impacts of conflict, protracted crises, climate change, natural hazards and economic ...read more
15/08/2018
 - Cash and vouchers play a critical role in FAO’s response to shocks and crises when farmers, pastoralists and fishers can no longer buy food or the ...read more
29/06/2018
 - Cash-based transfers are tools for providing support in the form of cash and vouchers to men and women who are food insecure, living in poverty or ...read more
29/06/2018
 - Short-term employment opportunities are provided to poor, vulnerable men and women, with the objectives of: Providing income support to poor, vulnerable householdsa through short-term, intensive and unskilled ...read more
29/06/2018
 - Combine lifesaving interventions with emergency livelihood support to address the distinct needs of rural people at risk across Somalia through: 1. Cash (cash-for-work and unconditional cash ...read more
28/06/2018
 - Millions of vulnerable families living across the Sahel are exposed to recurrent shocks, exacerbated by climate change, which undermine their fragile food security and nutrition situation. To ...read more
24/04/2018
 - Employing the caisses de résilience approach in the Central African Republic, FAO helped to strengthen the social cohesion of vulnerable communities, while improving their food production ...read more
21/04/2018
 - In 2017, conflict in Iraq caused new displacements, while other people returned home as areas became safe. At the end of 2017, 2.6 million people remained ...read more
14/03/2018
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