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 - FAO calls for prompt and sustainable rebuilding of livelihoods in regions affected by Typhoon Haiyan - Philippine fishers face immense damage to the fisheries and aquaculture sectors in regions affected by ...read more
11/12/2013
 - Following the passage of super Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, extensive damage to agriculture and rural livelihoods were reported. During the 16 and 17 November, an FAO Team was sent ...read more
04/12/2013
 - Destruction in two fishing communities of Panay Island, Western Visaya (Region 6) in the Philippines. FAO is assessing the damages caused by the typhoon Haiyan.
19/11/2013
 - Regions most severely affected by the typhoon account for one-third of the total rice production in the country - Hundreds of thousands of farmers in the Philippines whose crops ...read more
19/11/2013
 - Construcción de embarcaciones de 32 pies (9.32 m.) tipo San Andrés que cumplan con las normas internacionales de seguridad y estabilidad, y sean económicamente aptas para ...read more
13/11/2013
 - Livelihoods and food security at risk – FAO calls for $24 million for immediate interventions FAO is mobilizing support to the Philippines in the wake of Typhoon ...read more
12/11/2013
 - The UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) have joined forces with Somali authorities to encourage Somalis to eat more fish ...read more
25/10/2013
 - The Integrated Food Security Project (IFSP) in Sudan has achieved several recent milestones in its first four months of implementation. The USD 10 million project is ...read more
16/05/2013
 - In a major breakthrough, researchers at the University of Arizona have identified the causative agent behind a mysterious disease that has been decimating shrimp farms in ...read more
03/05/2013
 - To increase access of agropastoralists in South Sudan to animal health services and of internally displaced, returnees and other vulnerable groups to fishing gear.
24/04/2013
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