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 - Réduire l’insécurité alimentaire et accroître la résilience des ménages agricoles vulnérables touchés par la sécheresse et les effets d’El Niño dans le sud de Madagascar.
 - To safeguard farmers’ livelihoods, avert hunger and make up for the loss of productive assets many communities experienced as a result of the El Niño-induced drought. more
 - To improve the food and nutrition security of vulnerable households, while protecting and restoring agriculture-based livelihood opportunities.
 - Few would believe that less than a year ago, this part of the world was in the grip of an intense drought, driven by one of more
 - There is an urgent need to step up collective efforts to fight fast-spreading, cross-border animal and plant pests and diseases that could threaten global food security. more
 - FAO has taken and is taking several actions in response to Fall Armyworm: FAO projects: Technical Cooperation Programme (TCP) projects on FAW management are ongoing in Central more
 - The occurrence of transboundary animal diseases - especially those that can be transmitted to human beings from animals - poses grave socio-economic consequences for Southern Africa. They affect more
 - To enhance the capacity of farmers and the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development (MoAIWD) to prepare for and respond to armyworm and red locust more
 - To increase the awareness and application of conservation agriculture (CA) by disaster risk reduction (DRR) actors in order to scale up the approach among vulnerable households more
 - To contribute to reducing the risk of food and nutrition insecurity by building strong and resilient livelihoods among poor, rural farming households.