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 - The livelihoods and food security of up to 90 percent of the population in South Sudan depend on farming, fishing or raising livestock. A thriving agriculture ...read more
10/10/2018
 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) have launched a joint effort to support conflict-affected people in ...read more
12/07/2018
 - Long-awaited seasonal rains are making their way across northeastern Nigeria where millions of farmers eagerly anticipate the chance to break ground. After a prolonged period of ...read more
28/06/2018
 - FAO’s 2018 rainy season programme in Adamawa, Borno state and Yobe in northeastern Nigeria. FAO will deliver inputs the form of three types of kits, comprising ...read more
27/06/2018
 - Renforcer durablement la sécurité alimentaire et générer des revenus pour les populations affectées par le conflit, grâce au rétablissement de la production agricole.
18/06/2018
 - Displaced farming families are gradually returning to their homes after the five-month-long armed clashes in the Philippine’s Islamic city of Marawi. The fighting between government forces ...read more
06/05/2018
 - The situation for 1.2 million Rohingya refugees and host communities in Bangladesh has become increasingly dangerous with the onset of the cyclone season and monsoon rains. ...read more
04/05/2018
 - Nur Bahar and her two children spent 11 days crossing hills and river in Myanmar before they reached the border with Bangladesh. Her husband died 10 ...read more
04/05/2018
 - To restore the agriculture-based livelihoods of IDPs, returnees and vulnerable host communities through the provision of quality agricultural inputs.
26/04/2018
 - Through the promotion of micro-gardening practices, distribution of food storage drums and implementation of farmer field schools in Bangladesh, FAO, together with IOM, are expanding Rohingya ...read more
16/04/2018
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