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 - 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
 - GOAL Malawi: Experiences and Lessons Learned in Food Security and Agriculture DRR In parts of Malawi, including Nsanje district in the south, 80-100% crop failure is not ...read more
01/09/2011
 - 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
 - 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
 - Mainstreaming HIV and Gender in ECHO DRR Food Security Projects Southern Africa remains at the epicentre of the global HIV epidemic. UNAIDS estimates that 35% of all ...read more
01/03/2011
 - Madagascar is at risk of a significant plague of crop-eating locusts, FAO warned today. An unknown number of immature swarms of Malagasy Migratory Locust (Locusta migratoria ...read more
12/08/2010
 - Since 2009, the Republic of Madagascar has suffered extreme cycles of drought, cyclones and floods. These disasters have had major consequences on agricultural production, and food ...read more
02/08/2010
 - In 2009, Madagascar has suffered the effects of multiple crises, including drought and cyclones. Political instability, which led to the recent ousting of the President, has ...read more
24/07/2009
 - In 2009, Madagascar has suffered the effects of multiple crises, including drought and cyclones. Political instability, which led to the recent ousting of the President, has ...read more
07/04/2009