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 - The European Union (EU) has contributed new funding totalling $40.8 million to boost United Nations (UN) resilience-building work in Yemen. Interventions will target the most vulnerable community ...read more
25/03/2019
 - In the village of Kasheke, located near Lake Kivu in the province of South Kivu in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rachel Akonkwa goes to ...read more
15/03/2019
 -  In the past Crisis in the Sahel The humanitarian situation in the Niger remains affected by food insecurity, malnutrition, population displacement, natural disasters and epidemics. Multiple chronic factors ...read more
14/03/2019
 - Key points The results of the latest IPC analysis (August 2018) indicate that the number of people in IPC Phase 4 (emergency) is 3.5 million – a ...read more
28/02/2019
 -  to assist 570 000 people FAO requires USD 16.9 million period January – December 2019                                 Throughout 2018, persistent insecurity in Mali and the effects of natural disasters led to destruction of infrastructure, ...read more
11/02/2019
 - Japan has contributed over $8 million (JPY 891,000,000) to back FAO’s work on enhancing food and nutrition security for the most vulnerable households in conflict-ridden Yemen, ...read more
01/02/2019
 - Japan has contributed over $8 million (JPY 891,000,000) to back FAO's work on enhancing food and nutrition security for the most vulnerable households in conflict-ridden Yemen, ...read more
31/01/2019
 - Pakistan has the fourth-highest rate of water consumption in the world. The country’s agriculture sector uses the most amount of fresh water than any other sector. ...read more
11/01/2019
 - Ngalula Kalombo, a widow and mother of three, returns from the Beya-Bwanga seed fair with a basket of maize and cowpea seeds. Soon, she will be ...read more
11/12/2018
 - The number of people facing severe hunger in the world continues to rise, reaching 124 million people across 51 countries. Conflict and extreme climate events remain ...read more
05/12/2018