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 - This video presents some of the lessons learnt from the first three Inter-Agency Humanitarian Evaluations (IAHEs) of the response to the crises in the Philippines 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
 - When Typhoon Haiyan (locally known as Yolanda) swept through the central Philippines on 8 November 2013, the storm affected some 14.1 million people and caused more more
 - Featured Stories Climate-resilient tilapia farming seen to contribute to food security in the Philippines Strategic framework to guide FAO initiatives in Mindanao through 2020 International delegation observes DRR approaches more
 - The road to recovery has not been easy for fifty-two-year-old Marcelina Calvez and her husband who have been farming in Palompon, Leyte for more than 30 more
 - To restore food security and livelihoods of small-scale coconut farming households severely affected by Typhoon Haiyan by diversifying sources of income and rehabilitating beach forests and more
 - In Eastern Visayas region alone, Typhoon Haiyan damaged or destroyed 33 million coconut stands, affecting 1.7 million people in the coconut sector. To help the Government more
 - Coconuts are one of the most important crops in the Philippines. The country is the second largest coconut producer in the world, but after Typhoon Haiyan more
 - The island of Tubabao, off the coast of Guiuan in Eastern Samar was one of the first areas in the Philippines to be hit by super more
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