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 - When the local dairy supply centers closed because of the COVID-19 emergency, Alvaro Ramon, a cattle farmer and milk supplier in the Amazon region of Ecuador, ...read more
01/06/2020
 - Rehman produces okra, gourds, melons and tomatoes in the two tunnel garden units he built in the back yard of his home in Aka Khel, a ...read more
27/05/2020
 - Throughout history 6 000 – 7 000 plant species have been cultivated for food. Yet today 40 percent of our daily calories come from just three ...read more
22/05/2020
 - In Mali, the first cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) were reported on 25 March 2020 in a context of growing insecurity and when the Government had ...read more
19/05/2020
 -  to assist 49 711 people FAO requires USD 1.99 million period January – December 2020                                 More than 850 000 Rohingya refugees reside in Cox’s Bazar District in Bangladesh, including 730 000 refugees ...read more
21/04/2020
 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) today began training 300 National Youth Service (NYS) trainees at as part of its action plan ...read more
13/03/2020
 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has started training 300 National Youth Service (NYS) trainees as part of its action plan to ...read more
18/02/2020
 - Key messages Six months after Cyclone Idai ripped into central Mozambique, and almost five months after Cyclone Kenneth hit the northern provinces, the country is still dealing ...read more
21/10/2019
 - After Cyclone Idai, FAO and its partners are helping farmers in Mozambique to get ready for the main agricultural season in September, which will be critical ...read more
26/07/2019
 - Climate change is widely recognized as a global threat to humans, a wide range of species and to the environment. Even before the current crisis in ...read more
17/07/2019
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