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 - Southern Haiti was severely hit by Hurricane Matthew in October 2016. Thousands of livestock died in the disaster, and those that survived are often sick. Livestock is the main source ...read more
15/06/2017
 - Since Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October last year, the number of people facing hunger and food insecurity in the most affected areas has steadily declined ...read more
15/06/2017
 - FAO is working with the government of Peru to assist some 7,000 mostly small-scale farmers restore their capacity to produce crops and feed their families in the wake ...read more
18/05/2017
 - To strengthen family farming as an agro-food model for food self-sufficiency and generation of surpluses connected to institutional markets and supported by local governments as a ...read more
10/05/2017
 - Six months ago, Haiti was severely hit by Hurricane Matthew. Here, as in the other departments of the southern part of the country, people have lost ...read more
10/04/2017
 - By Justine Texier - We’ve arrived in Torbeck, a commune in southern Haiti, which was severely hit by Hurricane Matthew six months ago. Here, as in ...read more
24/03/2017
 - Seed fairs are a special type of voucher system, whereby a temporary market is set up to allow for small-scale farmers to access quality seeds at ...read more
23/03/2017
 - Nearly 900 farmers could purchase three seed pots (9 kg) at the seed fair organized by FAO in the commune of Ennery, in Haiti’s department of ...read more
23/03/2017
 - Key points The number of people food insecure in the hardest-hit areas has decreased from 1 million to 400 000 people, according to the latest Emergency Food ...read more
16/03/2017
 - To strengthen the monitoring system and the integration of the national disaster early warning system (NDEWS) at all three levels of government by developing institutional and ...read more
08/02/2017
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