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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
 - About 4.6 million people are food insecure in the Sudan. Above-average harvests and good pastures by the end of 2014 helped to improve food security in much of the country, ...READ MORE
 - In 2014, conflicts, natural disasters and extreme weather patterns continue to undermine food and nutrition security around the world, severely affecting those who rely on farming, more
 - Highlights Clashes continue to be reported in parts of the country, despite the signing of a Cessation of Hostilities agreement on 23 January 2014 and a recommitment more
 - To contribute to food, income and livelihood security of economically active, low-income urban and rural households in five states.
 - In addition to providing rapid, portable emergency livelihood support designed to help large numbers of people increase food availability, in South Sudan FAO has continued to more
 - To contribute to the restoration and strengthening of food security of internally displaced persons, returnees and conflict- and flood-affected families.
 - Part of FAO’s emergency response in South Sudan is the distribution of livelihood kits nation-wide. In May 2014, FAO and partners distributed crop kits to beneficiaries more
 - After eight weeks of intensive learning in the field and the classroom, nineteen South Sudanese graduated from FAO South Sudan’s Agro-Pastoral Master Training Course on 7 more
 - All sides of the conflict in South Sudan have at times become very "fixed, dark and negative" as outbreaks of violence continue. The country needs lasting more
 - Dr. Sue Lautze, FAO Representative in South Sudan and the UN’s Deputy Humanitarian Coordinator explains the four types of emergency livelihood kit that FAO is distributing more
 - An MAFCRD/FAO Planting Assessment Mission visited Greater Bahr el Ghazal from 30th May to 23rd June 2014 to assess the overall land preparation and planting situation more