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 - As the conflict escalates almost 11 million people in Yemen are severely food insecure. Millions more are at risk of not meeting their basic food needs. This ...read more
15/04/2015
 - Hundreds of thousands of families in rural areas of West Africa have been affected by the Ebola epidemic. Juan Lubroth is FAO’s Chief Veterinary Officer. He ...read more
17/02/2015
 - In Madagascar, the battle against an ongoing plague of locusts risks being lost as funds for continuing operations run out. Failure to carry through the joint ...read more
21/01/2015
 - The livelihoods of up to 13 million people in Madagascar continue to be threatened by plagues of migratory locusts. As FAO renews calls for further funding ...read more
21/01/2015
 - Food Security continues to be a major concern across the 9 countries of the Sahel. A humanitarian appeal has been made for the region, due to ...read more
27/11/2014
 - Wheat seeds, fertilizer and animal feed are starting to roll out to nearly 28,000 farming families in Iraq whose livelihoods have been left in tatters as ...read more
12/11/2014
 - The Ghanaian capital is now host to the UN Mission for Ebola Emergency Response, headed by Anthony Banburry, Special Representative of the UN SG. Interviews with ...read more
29/09/2014
 - Humanitarian assistance is having a measurable and significant impact in South Sudan. The combined efforts of the Food Security and Livelihood Cluster (co-led by FAO, WFP ...read more
25/09/2014
 - Ciro Fiorillo, Head of FAO's office in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, in an interview with Sybil Ruscoe of BBC Radio 4 Farming Today podcast regarding agriculture in Gaza. The conflict ...read more
21/08/2014
 - The United Nations are calling on the international donor community to renew a commitment to fight food insecurity. Increased efforts need to be boosted in the ...read more
25/07/2014
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