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 - Poultry producers in Nigeria face extreme vulnerability to the highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5N1 and H5N8. HPAI, which caused massive poultry losses in 2006, resurfaced ...read more
16/07/2019
 - Monira Parveen Mala used to watch her mother cry herself to sleep after losing one of her beloved ducks or chickens to disease. Many other families ...read more
04/06/2019
 - FAO’s poultry intervention builds on other support services and agri-inputs the agency provides to households affected by the crisis in northeastern Nigeria. Falmata Mohammed and her family ...read more
19/04/2019
 - Six weeks ago, a rust-coloured red truck backed into the entrance of Bakassi Camp for IDPs, mere metres from the half-finished house where Falmata Mohammed and ...read more
16/04/2019
 - A joint project between FAO and UNFPA in the Syrian Arab Republic, supported by KOICA, to reach 1,200 women headed-households with agricultural production kits to increase ...read more
03/02/2019
 - Policy change requires the support from all levels of stakeholders, starting from the grass-root level to the decision-making authorities. With the financial aid from United States ...read more
31/01/2019
 - To improve the management and biosecurity of poultry hatcheries and parent flocks, ultimately increasing productivity and profitability, and reducing the risk of disease occurrence and spread. ...read more
12/12/2018
 - The threat of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) infection is present in Mali and Senegal. To prepare for the emergence of potential HPAI outbreaks, FAO’s Emergency ...read more
15/11/2018
 - Between 2005 and 2017, 200 human cases of avian influenza occurred in Indonesia, causing 168 fatalities (WHO). The Greater Jakarta Area recorded the highest number of cases, ...read more
23/07/2018
 - Cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza were confirmed in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in June 2017. Rapid deployment of specialist equipment and resources from ...read more
12/04/2018
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