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 -  In the past Typhoon Haiyan Back-to-back crises – conflict, typhoons, flooding – make it difficult for many farmers, herders and fishers in the Philippines to rebound, especially as they struggle to ...READ MORE
 - Featured Stories: Strengthening climate change adaptation in agriculture FAO expands El Niño response in Mindanao Hope flows in Altavas, Aklan (Water impounding system project) Electronic tool for monitoring food and more
 -  Featured Stories: Disaster risk reduction and management and climate change adaptation at the heart of FAO's work in the Philippines FAO-DA formulate National La Niña Action Plan Higher than more
 -  What do drones have to offer to agriculture? That’s the central question in this week’s episode, which will take us from the Philippines, where FAO is more
 - In a bid to stay ahead of the negative impacts of climate change, floods and typhoons on food security, the Government of the Philippines and FAO more
 - In an effort to stay ahead of the negative impacts of climate change, floods and typhoons on its food security, the Philippine Department of Agriculture and more
 - To reduce losses of grains and seeds stored on-farm, and assist farmers to be better prepared against typhoons and climate-related disasters.
 - Featured Stories FAO and DA take agriculture disaster risk reduction to the next level Restoring livelihoods of typhoon-hit farmers in Central Luzon Pikit farmers acquire livelihood and disaster risk more
 - Drones were launched to officially mark a joint undertaking by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Department of Agriculture (DA) more
 - To restore local livelihoods and improve food security and nutrition by equipping small-scale coconut farming households (while supporting Government partners at varying levels) with relevant capacity more
 - Farming households that were affected by Typhoon Koppu are receiving livelihood recovery assistance through Belgium’s USD 440 000 contribution to the Special Fund for Emergency and more
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