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 - A thriving agriculture sector is crucial to long-term peace and development in South Sudan. Up to 95 percent of the country’s population depends on farming, fishing or herding to meet ...READ MORE
 - There are over 35 million livestock in South Sudan, including 11 million cows and 25 million goats and sheep combined. Livestock is the largest form of ...read more
28/11/2014
 - In July 2014, FAO distributed goats to vulnerable households in Timbuktu. This was part of the implementation of FAO's action plan to improve the food security of the victims of ...read more
22/07/2014
 - The crisis in South Sudan and high levels of food insecurity require a humanitarian response that is fast, flexible and opportunistic. FAO is helping to restore ...read more
12/02/2014
 - To assist the Government of the Arab Republic of Egypt in its efforts to control HPAI in the domestic poultry population and avoid the risks of ...read more
20/11/2013
 - Seasonal Migration Update Insecurity and uncertainty along the Sudan-South Sudan border is continuing to hamper the seasonal migration of nomadic livestock owners and their herds. According to ...read more
26/04/2013
 -  Strongest recorded winter storm in recent decades brought strong winds, snow, heavy rain and floods damaging animal shelters and causing livestock mortality. As risks of disease ...read more
25/01/2013
 - To increase resilience of vulnerable livestock households to disaster risks.
22/10/2012
 - The original objective of the project was to provide support to food security and livelihoods for IDPs, youth and school dropouts in Khartoum, White Nile, North ...read more
13/09/2012
 - To rapidly assist farming households most affected by Cyclone Sidr and the 2007 floods in regaining their livelihoods and household food security.
31/05/2012
 - FAO is conducting an ongoing vaccination and treatment campaign for livestock belonging to some of the most vulnerable people living in Darfur. In North Darfur, at two ...read more
30/04/2012
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