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 - FAO and UNESCO, in partnership with the local NGO Norwegian People's Aid, run a program to teach children, youth and adults who are regularly on the ...read more
22/05/2017
 - In March, FAO activated 120 veterinary teams across Somalia to keep drought-affected animals alive and healthy, helping livestock owners to retain a vital food source. Nearly ...read more
27/04/2017
 - FAO and UNHCR visited the Muna Garage camp in Nigeria in order to monitor a joint assessment of the risks and challenges faced by women who ...read more
20/04/2017
 - 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
 - By distributing fishing kits to people affected by a crisis in South Sudan, FAO helps them to re-build their livelihoods and assure food availability for the ...read more
27/02/2017
 - Just north of the South Sudanese capital Juba lies Terekeka state, home to the Mundari, one of South Sudan’s 64 ethnic groups. Mundaris are predominantly cattle keepers but ...read more
24/02/2017
 - The effects of drought continue to deepen across Somalia, where half the population – 6.2 million people – now face acute food insecurity. The IDP's in ...read more
21/02/2017