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 - South Sudan is a tough place to be a farmer. Traditional farming methods, little improved over decades of protracted war, can bring poor returns in a ...read more
11/04/2013
 - It’s been only a year, but Motloheloa Koao has already noticed that his maize crops are greener and healthier – and he hopes this year will ...read more
10/03/2013
 - The post-election crisis in Côte d'Ivoire had far-reaching consequences under a humanitarian point of view in general and in particular for the level of food security ...read more
20/02/2013
 - This brief presents an overview of the latest innovations being implemented by FAO’s Emergency Rehabilitation and Coordination Unit (ERCU) in Zimbabwe between 2009 and 2011. Lessons ...read more
22/01/2013
 - FAO and France join efforts to improve farmers’ livelihoods - A new programme in the Republic of South Sudan is helping vulnerable farmers to improve their ...read more
15/01/2013
 - In Burundi, FAO is supporting returnee, displaced and ex-combatant groups on Lake Tanganyika though a UN Peace Building Support Office supported project aiming to consolidate peace ...read more
14/01/2013
 - Stunting is common in southern Africa. It is estimated that in Lesotho about 40% of children under the age of five are stunted. To improve the ...read more
11/08/2012
 - A new $3 million project that aims to improve food security and nutrition of women and young people in Egypt was announced today by FAO. The ...read more
18/06/2012
 - As part of the GCP-040 project, farmers near the village of Kamangu, Katanga province, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have received improved-variety seeds, tools, ...read more
03/04/2012
 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) recognizes that the structural solution to hunger lies in improving agricultural productivity in countries prone to ...read more
02/04/2012
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