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 - Key messages An estimated 51 percent of the population of South Sudan are suffering from severe acute food insecurity (Integrated Food Security Phase Classification [IPC] Phase 3 ...read more
20/03/2020
 - Key messages From February to September 2020, the population in Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) Phases 3 (Crisis) and 4 (Emergency) is expected to rise by ...read more
18/03/2020
 - Some 6.5 million people in South Sudan - more than half of the population - could be in severe acute food insecurity at the height of ...read more
20/02/2020
 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in collaboration with the Government of Rwanda has launched a new project to support farmers severely ...read more
12/02/2020
 -  to assist 700 000 people FAO requires USD 16 million period January – December 2020                                 The Niger faces multiple shocks such as increased insecurity, drought, floods and epidemic diseases, which add to ...read more
07/02/2020
 -  to assist 660 000 people FAO requires USD 17.2 million period January – December 2020                                 Conflict, floods, drought, locust and epidemics continue to be the main drivers of the humanitarian crisis in ...read more
07/02/2020
 -  to assist 513 000 people FAO requires USD 10 million period January – December 2020                                 Lengthy dry spells, floods and typhoons are driving crop yield losses and reducing the availability of food. ...read more
07/02/2020
 - Supporting those affected so they can resume farming, repairing broken canals and reinforcing early warning information for vulnerable communities are the three axes of FAO’s response ...read more
16/12/2019
 -  The recent upsurge in violence by armed groups in the Niger and increased intercommunal conflict in the border areas with Burkina Faso, Mali and Nigeria have ...read more
04/12/2019
 -  In northeastern Nigeria, the Boko Haram insurgency has led to heightened levels of displacement and food insecurity. While humanitarian access is improving, most displaced families still ...read more
14/11/2019
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