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 - In response to the overwhelming recovery needs of livestock-based households in Nigeria, FAO is collaborating with the European Union to reestablish livelihoods in the sector. To ...read more
19/02/2019
 - Youth in Borno – Nigeria’s worst affected northeastern state – have had their livelihoods uprooted due to a decade-long crisis. In response to the overwhelming recovery ...read more
13/02/2019
 - FAO is raising awareness on “Nutrition Sensitive Agriculture” concepts to more than 3 000 children aged between 6 to 11 years old within 20 schools located ...read more
28/01/2019
 - FAO’s animal vaccination and treatment campaigns in Yemen reached over 2.4 million livestock in 2018 despite significant access constraints, providing critical protection from disease and safeguarding ...read more
10/12/2018
 - The life of a livestock herder defies the challenges bought by Mongolia’s climate – summers are very hot and dry and winters bitterly cold. But over ...read more
13/11/2018
 - Like many young people in Sankuru province, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Paul Tshisapa was struggling to find a decent job. Difficult access to ...read more
09/11/2018
 - There’s evidence that the intensity and frequency of climate-driven natural disasters and conflicts is increasing. Natural disasters now occur nearly five times as often as 40 ...read more
31/10/2018
 - The project funded by the European Union aims to sustainably reduce the food insecurity and malnutrition of children under five and pregnant and lactating women in ...read more
26/10/2018
 - Through the promotion of micro-gardening practices, distribution of food storage drums and implementation of farmer field schools in Bangladesh, FAO, together with IOM, are expanding Rohingya ...read more
16/04/2018
 - Since 25 August 2017, more than 621 000 Rohingya refugees escaping violence have crossed from Rakhine State, Myanmar into camps and makeshift settlements in Cox’s Bazar, ...read more
22/11/2017