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 - In Southern Africa, the effects of the 2015/16 El Niño event continue to devastate the lives and livelihoods of millions of smallholder farmers, pastoralists and agropastoralists. more
 - With only a few weeks before land preparation begins for the next main cropping season, some 23 million people in Southern Africa urgently need support to more
 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the World Food Programme have started providing support to nearly 50 000 hungry farming families in the Central African Republic through more
 - The World Humanitarian Summit begins today and runs through tomorrow in Istanbul, Turkey. This summit is meant to be a global call to action by United 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
 - Life as a widow in Warcha village, Rakhine State is not easy. An Bira Hatu says she cannot afford the cost (around USD25 per month per more
 - Three years on from significant outbreaks of inter-communal violence across Rakhine State, hundreds of thousands of people remain in need of humanitarian assistance. With a poverty more
 - Sagaing was one of the worst affected regions by the floods that devastated large parts of Myanmar last July/August 2015, which were associated with cyclone Komen. This more
 - In this first episode of Target: Zero Hunger, we'll explore FAO’s work in emergencies and what it takes to help families produce food in some of more
 - On 13 February, international broadcasters and listeners around the world celebrate World Radio Day. Radio still remains a powerful communication tool that reaches the widest audience more
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