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 - FAO has warned that the impact on food security and agricultural livelihoods in Nepal is expected to be very high as the earthquake struck during the more
 - With funding from the Swiss Development Cooperation, FAO and partners in Liberia including the Ministries of Agriculture and Gender are reaching out to 3 000 households more
 - Hundreds of thousands of families in rural areas of West Africa have been affected by the Ebola epidemic. Juan Lubroth is FAO’s Chief Veterinary Officer. He more
 -  Dr. Sue Lautze's, FAO Representative South Sudan, speech during World Food Day 2014 in South Sudan.
 - It has been one year since Typhoon Haiyan swept through coastal and farmland areas in the central Philippines, and damage to the agricultural sectors and other more
 - All sides of the conflict in South Sudan have at times become very "fixed, dark and negative" as outbreaks of violence continue. The country needs lasting more
 - Dominique Burgeon, FAO’s Director, Emergency and Rehabilitation Division has today toured the agency’s new home in the Somali capital, Mogadishu. FAO’s Head of Office a.i. in more
 - The full extent of the conflict-driven food security crisis in South Sudan has yet to unfold, warns Sue Lautze, head of FAO operations in the troubled more
 - After over a year of terrible interreligious conflicts, the Central African Republic is trying to get back to normal, despite major sequelae. Stabilizing peace to ensure more
 - FAO Bangui, Pierre Vauthier explains how the livestock sector has been disrupted in the Central African Republic, as pastoralists have been deprived of their animals.
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