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 - By converting early warnings into fast, smart and well-targeted early actions, FAO Somalia has seen a huge benefit being delivered. Thousands of acres of cropland have ...read more
26/04/2016
 - FAO scales up support for country's leading foreign earner. Export of live animals to Gulf nations continued to be Somalia's leading foreign exchange earner in 2015, ...read more
14/04/2016
 - To provide time-critical livelihood support to conflict-affected, displaced and food-insecure populations.
09/03/2016
 - To restore food security and agriculture-based livelihoods of resource-poor, food-insecure vulnerable farming households affected by recurring floods in Jacobabad and Kashmore districts of Sindh province and ...read more
20/10/2015
 - 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 ...read more
21/09/2015
 - To restore food security and livelihoods of small-scale coconut farming households severely affected by Typhoon Haiyan in Regions VI and VIII by diversifying sources of income ...read more
16/09/2015
 - To help build the resilience of small-scale rice-, corn- and coconut-based farming communities severely affected by Typhoon Haiyan, some 40,000 households have received recovery support in ...read more
30/07/2015
 - The agricultural production of smallholder farmers in Lesotho is mostly affected by severe soil degradation, limited access to quality inputs and poor produce markets farming practices. The country’s ...read more
29/07/2015
 - To restore the livelihoods of small-scale rice and corn farming communities severely affected by Typhoon Haiyan in Leyte province of Region VIII through resumed agricultural production ...read more
23/07/2015
 - Lesotho faces challenges around nutrition with around 33 percent of the children under five years of age stunted. Official statistics also show that only 11 percent ...read more
17/07/2015
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