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 - More than 75 percent of the Central African Republic’s working population relies on agriculture, but years of conflict and instability have stifled economic growth, as well as reduced crop and livestock production. The ...READ MORE
 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) have begun providing seeds, hand tools and food to nearly ...read more
25/05/2016
 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the World Food Programme have started providing support to nearly 50 000 hungry farming families in the Central African Republic through ...read more
25/05/2016
 - Nearly 1 million people are still displaced inside CAR or seeking refuge in neighbouring countries. The number of hungry people has doubled in 1 year, as ...read more
07/05/2016
 - Three years of conflict have left a heavy toll on the people of the Central African Republic. Nearly one million people are still uprooted. Half of ...read more
03/05/2016
 - To improve the livelihoods, resilience and food security of communities affected by insecurity and conflict.
27/04/2016
 - Renforcer les moyens d’existence et augmenter la production et de la capacité alimentaire des populations vulnérables (déplacées, retournées, familles d’accueil) affectées par la crise.
21/04/2016
 - FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva today met Central African Republic President Faustin-Archange Touadera for talks that focused on rebuilding the country's agriculture sector and making ...read more
18/04/2016
 - Key messages Without agriculture and livestock support, many farmers and herders won’t be able to secure food and income and will remain extremely vulnerable to the effects ...read more
15/04/2016
 - Améliorer la résilience et la sécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle des populations vulnérables affectées par la crise.
12/04/2016
 - Promouvoir la résilience des familles vulnérables retournées dans les villes de Bambari et alentours (Ouaka), Boda (Lobaye) et Bangui (Ombella M’Poko) grâce au développement de mécanismes ...read more
21/03/2016