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 - Despite the difficulties created by the COVID-19 pandemic, FAO Turkey is working closely with its counterparts in the Government of Turkey to implement a Syrian refugee ...read more
10/06/2020
 -  to assist 106 800 people FAO requires USD 6.8 million period January – December 2020                                 Displacement driven by conflict, inter-communal tensions and exposure to natural disasters characterize the humanitarian needs in Myanmar, ...read more
07/02/2020
 - Exploring Early Warning Early Action in conflict and mass migration settings. The case of Colombia and the Philippines.
29/01/2020
 - La Guajira, Colombia’s northernmost region, is dry with desert landscapes. It’s prone to drought and food insecurity particularly in rural areas. In recent years, the economic ...read more
11/11/2019
 - The intensity and frequency of natural hazards and conflicts is increasing, and they are leaving in their wake an unprecedented level of humanitarian needs. Natural hazards ...read more
01/11/2019
 - Sixth day, Guayabal, municipality of Uribia (La Guajira, Colombia) We all woke up at dawn, having slept outdoors. Each of us heard a lot of weird noises ...read more
24/07/2019
 - Fifth day, Guayabal, municipality of Uribia (La Guajira, Colombia) Today we leave a little later... 7 in the morning. It’s the last two days in the field ...read more
20/07/2019
 - Fourth day, San José, municipality of Albania (La Guajira, Colombia) We no longer have jetlag, we are perfectly acclimated, and we almost feel Colombian. Today, the community ...read more
14/07/2019
 - Third day, Montelara, municipality of Maicao (La Guajira, Colombia) Today we leave even earlier from Riohacha, it is 6.30 and like every morning, we meet at our ...read more
05/07/2019
 - Second day, Juan y Medio, municipality of Riohacha (La Guajira, Colombia) We left the hotel at 7 in the morning, the jetlag is still giving us all ...read more
27/06/2019
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