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 - More than three-quarters of Malagasy families earn a living from agriculture, but frequent natural disasters – drought in the South, cyclones in the East, locust threats – cut into production ...READ MORE
 - Malawi’s small-scale producers – who make up the vast majority of farmers – are struggling to produce enough to feed themselves and their families. Small landholdings, little access to credit, ...READ MORE
 - Agro-forestry in South-eastern Madagascar The South-eastern region of Madagascar, where most families (80% of the population) depend on agriculture, is regularly affected by floods and cyclones, causing ...read more
01/12/2011
 - FAO and CARE co-host Regional DRR and FS/DRR Workshop FAO and CARE joined hands in organizing the second DIPECHO/ECHO threeday regional workshop on “Experiencebased Disaster Risk Reduction ...read more
01/11/2011
 - In this document: National Guidelines for the 2011/12 Agriculture Support Programme; Small holder Purchase Patterns: Findings from the 2010/11 Input Voucher Programme; Report on Urban Agriculture; Contribution of Urban Agriculture ...read more
01/08/2011
 - Using Wild Crops to Tame Food Insecurity: CARE’s Strategic Domestication of Yams Cyclones and floods regularly hit the high risk areas of northeast and eastern Madagascar, with ...read more
01/08/2011
 - CARE: Rethinking and Reorganising the Agricultural Calendar in Madagascar CARE’s understanding of community needs and the disadvantageous conditions faced by communities in northeast and eastern areas of ...read more
01/07/2011
 - To stabilize livelihoods, and improve food security and rural livelihoods by reducing cattle and goat mortality due to tick-borne diseases through the sustainable control of ticks ...read more
24/06/2011
 - A current buildup of locust populations in southwestern Madagascar could turn into a plague and seriously endanger the livelihoods of 13 million people unless a new ...read more
21/06/2011
 - Conservation agriculture has become increasingly important as a means for enabling all farmers, particularly those with small land holdings and facing chronic food insecurity, to increase ...read more
24/03/2011
 - Incrementar la productividad de los agricultores comunitarios en Zimbabwe mediante la mejora de las prácticas de uso y ordenación de la tierra.
23/03/2011
 - Poor productivity in the agriculture sector has contributed to chronic food insecurity in Zimbabwe. This project was funded through the European Union Food Facility as part ...read more
21/03/2011