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 -  In the past Earthquake in 2010 One of the poorest and least developed countries in the western hemisphere, it is prone to natural disasters – from drought and flooding to seasonal hurricanes and tropical storms. ...READ MORE
 - The majority of Bolivians relies on the agriculture sector for their livelihoods; however about 85 percent of farmers can only produce at subsistence levels and 40 percent of the population ...READ MORE
 - Eight hours from Quibdó you find Cocalito, a small village located in the Alto Baudó by the Ancozó River shore, that is inhabited by an Embera’s more
 - In recent years, floods, landslides, droughts and hurricanes have crippled agricultural production in the Caribbean, where agriculture is the main livelihood activity for a significant number more
 - FAO’s project, titled “Apoyo de emergencia para la Seguridad Alimentaria y nutricional de personas afectadas por la violencia en el Departamento de Putumayo” was funded by more
 - The winter emergency that occurred in Colombia during 2010, was the worst occurred  in the last 60 years. The “Niña” climate phenomenon heavily altered the country’s more
 -  Autoridades de la Región Loreto participaron en Taller de Presentación del Proyecto implementado por la FAO en las provincias de Maynas y Requena Comunidades de Contamanillo y more
 - FAO Perú, a través de su Unidad de Coordinación de Emergencias y Rehabilitación (UCER), intervino en las provincias de Atalaya y Coronel Portillo en la región more
 - Visiting Haitian President Michel Joseph Martelly and FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva today appealed for increased investment in the country in order to build its more
 - Today, 1.5 million Haitians live in severe food insecurity. On the 23 October 2012, Hurricane Sandy moved across Haiti killing about 55 people and causing considerable more
 - Hurricane Sandy hit the eastern region of Cuba hard. It passed through the country on 25 October, 2012 as a category 2 Hurricane (approaching category 3) more
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