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 - The implications of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) among vulnerable farming communities in central and northern Rakhine State, Myanmar are distressing enough without adding the impacts ...read more
11/08/2020
 - The project funded by the Government of Japan supported both Syrian refugee and local Turkish communities to create new sources of income in food and agricultral ...read more
11/08/2020
 - Thanks to the funding of Ireland, FAO implemented its project OSRO/CMR/803/IRE entitled ‘’Supporting household resilience of Lake Chad Basin communities affected by the Boko Haram insurgency’’.  The ...read more
10/08/2020
 - As floods threaten the nation, FAO teams up with UN allies in anticipatory action “Wherever you look, there is water. You see people wading through knee-deep floods ...read more
07/08/2020
 - In Sub-Saharan Africa, around 80 percent of seeds used by smallholder farmers come from seed systems managed by farmers. Local seeds have adapted over centuries to ...read more
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 - Field activities have kicked-off with precautionary measures against COVID-19  Another round of vocational trainings are about to start in Bursa, İzmir, and Şanlıurfa provinces to support selected ...read more
05/08/2020
 - The impacts of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis on food systems are vast and varied, and as of yet hard to predict. But nowhere are ...read more
05/08/2020
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03/08/2020
 - Without an intervention, more animals, which are a source of food and livelihood, will be lost, resulting in increasing rates of food insecurity. After nine years of ...read more
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