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 - Consecutive years of drought have depleted food and water resources in Djibouti, stretching the ability of rural families – most of whom keep livestock – to cope. People have enough ...READ MORE
 - Like other countries in the Horn of Africa, Ethiopia is prone to droughts and floods, which often hit poor farmers and herders hard, eroding their assets further and leaving them ...READ MORE
 - To create an environment, which reduces the dependency of vulnerable pastoralists, agropastoralists and farmers in Ethiopia on humanitarian assistance.
28/05/2012
 - In Ethiopia FAO works to help the Borans to rehabilitate their wells, called Elas. They are specially prepared hand dug wells where livestock move into the ...read more
24/05/2012
 - In Ethiopia, the Borans has got specially prepared hand dug wells called Elas where livestock move into the well with a trench (cattle path) to water ...read more
23/05/2012
 - To enhance community-level reconciliation and sharing of natural resources in Darfur.
15/05/2012
 - FAO recently launched a campaign to raise public awareness about the nutritional benefits of fish across Somalia, the country with the longest coastline in Africa, but ...read more
09/05/2012
 - Margerita Angaika has a small plot in Ombasi village in Morobo, a county on the southernmost tip of South Sudan. Her farm is around 4200 square meters, ...read more
03/05/2012
 - In Morobo, South Sudan, FAO has set up 5 Farmer Field Schools and 5 block farms as part of a seed production project funded by a ...read more
03/05/2012
 - In Morobo, South Sudan, FAO has set up 5 Farmer Field Schools and 5 block farms as part of a seed production project funded by a ...read more
03/05/2012
 - Welcome to FAO Sudan’s May newsletter. This edition focuses on the results of a new household food security resilience study commissioned by FAO’s SIFSIA project, and ...read more
01/05/2012