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 - Highlights 3.2 million people in Iraq are food insecure, including those who depend on agriculture for their livelihoods. Violence continues to force people to abandon their farms and ...read more
03/07/2017
 - Thousands of vulnerable Iraqis and Syrian refugees will profit from agricultural training and support thanks to a new project by the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization. ...read more
22/06/2017
 - Thousands of vulnerable Iraqis and Syrian refugees will profit from new agricultural livelihoods ventures thanks to a Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) ...read more
20/06/2017
 - During the first week of June 2017, 2,400 people (400 households) from 150 villages in Iraq received 9,600 hens, poultry feeding and drinking equipment, and 80 ...read more
20/06/2017
 - Thousands of vulnerable Iraqis and Syrian refugees will profit from agricultural training and support thanks to a new project by the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization. ...read more
20/06/2017
 - More than 2 000 farmers affected by conflict in Iraq have received 750 tonnes of fertilizer from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) to increase ...read more
08/02/2017
 - Wheat farmers in Ninewa Governorate rely on selling their crops to the government for its Public Distribution System – an important social safety net entitling Iraqi ...read more
08/02/2017
 - In this episode, we explore the relationship between peace and food security. For today’s story, we gave FAO communications officer Karina Coates a recorder to tape ...read more
26/01/2017
 - As the conflict in northern Iraq escalated in 2016, Karina Coates was deployed by FAO’s standby partner RedR Australia to the Erbil office to support FAO’s ...read more
25/01/2017
 - Key points Some 2.9 million Iraqis are food insecure – 77 percent are women, children or elderly. Agricultural production has declined by 40 per cent since 2014. A livestock ...read more
12/01/2017
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