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 - To support drought-affected smallholder farmers with access to subsidised stockfeed and seeds and related training.
 - To contribute to household food security by increasing the production and productivity of drought-tolerant small grains.
 - To safeguard farmers’ livelihoods, avert hunger and make up for the loss of productive assets many communities experienced as a result of the El Niño-induced drought. more
 - The occurrence of transboundary animal diseases - especially those that can be transmitted to human beings from animals - poses grave socio-economic consequences for Southern Africa. They affect more
 - To increase the awareness and application of conservation agriculture (CA) by disaster risk reduction (DRR) actors in order to scale up the approach among vulnerable households more
 - Lewis Hove, FAO Reprensentative in South Africa, speaks about the fall armyworm outbreak in Southern Africa at PowerFM radio.
 - A fall armyworm outbreak, the first emergence of the pest in southern Africa, is causing considerable crop damage in some countries. If the pest damage aggravates, more
 - Southern Africa is now entering the peak of the lean season following the worst El Niño-induced drought in decades. With food stocks largely depleted due to more
 - The livestock industry is one of the fastest growing sectors of the agricultural economy, contributing approximately 40 percent of the global value of agricultural production. Most more
 - Invasive alien species (IAS) have become a serious threat to the productivity of forest plantations in many parts of the world. In Zimbabwe, there are three new more
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