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 - More than 75 percent of the Central African Republic’s working population relies on agriculture, but years of conflict and instability have stifled economic growth, as well as reduced crop and livestock production. The ...READ MORE
 - “We are thirsty for seeds! Bring them and we’ll plant them! FAO brought us maize and groundnut seeds at the beginning of June and you can ...read more
16/07/2014
 - Correlation between IPC results and planned seeds distribution in the Central African Republic as of 13 July 2014.
15/07/2014
 - As of June 2014, FAO has finalized the distribution of seeds and tools for the first cycle of the agricultural season in the Central African Republic reaching 100 percent of the targeted households.
13/07/2014
 - Highlights The events in the Central African Republic (CAR) over the last 18 months have left more than 2.5 million people in needof humanitarian assistance and displaced ...read more
10/07/2014
 - To restore cassava yields by reinforcing the capacity of the most food insecure subsistence farmers to prevent, mitigate, prepare for and respond to cassava-related diseases in ...read more
09/07/2014
 - Au sommaire: Une campagne agricole à sauver : l’éditorial d’Alexis Bonte, représentant a.i. de la FAO en République centrafricaine. Les actions conjointes d’urgence en faveur de la sécurité ...read more
08/07/2014
 - The resilience component of FAO’s programme for the Central African Republic (CAR) in 2014 is addressing social, technical and financial drivers to end hunger in rural ...read more
03/07/2014
 - Mr Alexis Bonte, FAO Representative ad interim, explains FAO’s assistance in CAR to ensure food security. Activities aim at resuming agricultural production through the distribution of ...read more
03/07/2014
 - Following a catastrophic year of looting and destruction, farmers are returning to the fields to work and feed their families, starting again from scratch. Most farmers ...read more
02/07/2014
 - Highlights The events in the Central African Republic over the last 18 months have left more than 2.5 million people in need of humanitarian assistance and have ...read more
30/06/2014