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 - The FAO Director-General Jose' Graziano da Silva visited Tacloban and surrounding areas four months after Typhoon Haiyan struck the central Philippines. Interacting with FAO supported small-scale ...read more
11/03/2014
 - San Luis is located in the rural area of Puerto Asís, Putumayo, Colombia. Around 70 percent of its population is African descendant that around 40 years ...read more
26/02/2014
 - More than 14 million people were affected by the devastation brought on by super Typhoon Haiyan (known locally as Yolanda) in the Philippines. The typhoon struck ...read more
05/02/2014
 - Malagasy Migratory Locust swarm observed on 26/09/2013 at 115km northwest of Tsiroanomandidy (45,4°E/17,9°S) at around 3:00 p.m. This swarm flew over the survey team for more than ...read more
18/10/2013
 - This video shows some of the activities that FAO is implementing in the field to support rural communities in areas that are periodically affected by natural ...read more
02/10/2013
 - Improving food security and agricultural livelihoods in NorthernUganda is an EU-funded Government of Uganda's Agricultural Livelihoods Recovery Project (ALREP) implemented by FAO in northern Uganda targeting ...read more
21/08/2013
 - Breaking new grounds focuses on FAO and ECHO's efforts to link relief, rehabilitation and development in Uganda's northern region that was affected by war for 20 ...read more
19/08/2013
 - Participantes en los componentes del Programa Conjunto para la respuesta del Sistema de las Naciones Unidas al fenómeno de La Niña 2010-2011 dan cuenta de los ...read more
07/08/2013
 - In April 2013, some of the world's top scientists gathered at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) for an emergency consultation on ...read more
09/07/2013
 - Locusts have already infested over half of the island nation’s cultivated land and livestock pastures. Some 13 million people’s food security and livelihoods are at stake, ...read more
21/06/2013
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