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 - FAO Turkey organized job fairs in Izmir as part of two of its projects. The first project, entitled “Increase self-reliance and improve agricultural livelihoods of refugees ...read more
13/11/2019
 - The armed insurgency in northeastern Nigeria continues to have devastating impacts on the food security and nutrition status of people in the states of Adamawa, Borno ...read more
12/11/2019
 - Three consecutive failed rainy seasons since early 2016 have drastically reduced Somalis' incomes, assets and food sources. The last three cereal harvests have been very poor ...read more
07/11/2019
 - Somalia has experienced unsustainable natural resource use and environmental degradation, as well as the introduction of foreign plant germplasm, some of which have outcrossed with local ...read more
05/11/2019
 - Awok Kuel Ngong, a 41-year-old refugee, lives with her husband and three children on a farm in Sudan’s Ailiet locality. She was a victim of armed ...read more
21/10/2019
 - FAO in collaboration with the state government and financial backing of the Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations, the European Union Trust Fund ...read more
17/10/2019
 - “That was an unusual drought that lasted for the longest time ever”, said Ms H’Vui who is one of the project beneficiaries, remembering the drought that ...read more
16/10/2019
 - The Jere Bowl is an irrigated land mass formed by the flow of the Ngadda River in Jere local government area (LGA), Borno State, in Nigeria. ...read more
04/10/2019
 - The project "Strengthening the Livelihoods Resilience of Pastoral and Agropastoral Communities in South Sudan’s Cross-border Areas with Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda" (OSRO/SSD/703/EC) aims to promote ...read more
01/10/2019
 - On 24 September 2019, seven Permanent Representatives to Rome-based United Nations agencies visited Syrian refugees taking part in FAO’s vocational training programme in Şanliurfa. The FAO ...read more
27/09/2019