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 - The Kanyi, a local name for Sahel breed of goat, admired for its delicate legs and striking hair often reddish brown, has long been the dominant ...read more
11/09/2018
 - New evidence continues to signal that the number of hungry people in the world is growing, reaching 821 million in 2017 or one in every nine ...read more
11/09/2018
 - FAO’s cash-based programmes support smallholder farmers and other vulnerable people who are particularly exposed to the impacts of conflict, protracted crises, climate change, natural hazards and economic ...read more
15/08/2018
 - A few months ago, it would have been impossible to imagine a woman from the Twa community visiting predominantly Bantu villages to talk about peace. According ...read more
19/06/2018
 - As the security situation improves in northeastern Nigeria, more farmers and livestock owners return to their villages. To address their critical need for local agricultural extension ...read more
30/05/2018
 - Imagine an outbreak of a disease that wipes out your livestock and livelihood in a matter of days, and there is no laboratory in the country ...read more
02/05/2018
 - Aisa ya Maida, who lost her husband during an attack on her home in Magumeri, a Local Government Authority (LGA) in Borno State, fled to Mashumari ...read more
28/03/2018
 - Renforcer la résilience et contribuer à la réduction de la malnutrition aiguë dans les zones de santé de Kisanji et de Kimbao affectées par la crise ...read more
23/01/2018
 - Fish processing in the Banadir B camp for Internaly Displaced Persons, in Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. Under a livelihood development program spearheaded by FAO, groups of ...read more
14/11/2017
 - A Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) program in Yemen is helping farmers take advantage of dam water to improve sustainability and give ...read more
20/10/2017
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