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 -  Since March 2011, unrelenting violence in Syria has caused over 80 000 deaths and injured countless civilians. Around one-quarter of Syria’s population has been uprooted, including 4.25 ...read more
07/06/2013
 - This document represents the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) component of the 2013 Sahel Regional Strategy prepared under the coordination of the ...read more
06/03/2013
 - Haiti is once again hit hard - Today, one and a half million Haitians are at risk of food insecurity. On the 23 October 2012, Hurricane Sandy ...read more
07/11/2012
 - Colossal damage caused by Hurricane Sandy - FAO and the Government of Haiti are seeking $74 million over the next 12 months to help rehabilitate the country's ...read more
06/11/2012
 - In Lesotho, a series of dry spells, late rains and early frost has led to an alarmingly steep reduction in agricultural yields for 2011/12. The adverse ...read more
28/09/2012
 - Le Mali, à l’instar d’autres pays du Sahel, traverse actuellement une crise alimentaire et nutritionnelle de très grande envergure due à une combinaison de pluies sporadiques, ...read more
15/06/2012
 - La crise alimentaire et nutritionnelle qui touche le Sahel frappe de manière particulière la Mauritanie dont une grande partie de la population rurale vit en extrême ...read more
16/05/2012
 - Funding needed to build strength against crisis - FAO today urgently appealed for $50 million to cover the funding gap for priority agricultural and pastoral activities ...read more
23/03/2012
 - Six months after the second consecutive year of devastating monsoon floods in Pakistan, the Government, in partnership with the international community, is transitioning response activities from ...read more
21/02/2012
 - Severe monsoon rains have triggered floods in southern Pakistan of unprecedented scale, both in terms of volume and spatial coverage. Despite forecasts of below-average rainfall, heavy ...read more
18/09/2011
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