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 - If immediate action is not taken to protect and restore agricultural production in flood-affected areas of Pakistan, farmers will continue to suffer losses long after the ...read more
28/09/2010
 - The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is to provide FAO with USD 16 million to support wheat planting, prevent further livestock losses and de-silt irrigation ...read more
23/09/2010
 - Over the course of seven weeks, flooding in Pakistan has affected over 20 million people across 160 000 km2. The record monsoon rains caused rivers to overflow ...read more
17/09/2010
 - The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), the International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD), and the World Food Programme (WFP) are working together to address urgent  food ...read more
15/09/2010
 - The scale of losses to the agriculture sector caused by the Pakistan floods is unprecedented and further unfolding. Approximately 80 percent of people in the flood-affected ...read more
10/09/2010
 - The scale of losses to the agriculture sector caused by the Pakistan floods is unprecedented and further unfolding. Approximately 4 out of 5 people in the ...read more
03/09/2010
 - FAO today called for more international funds to save the upcoming wheat planting season in Pakistan where floods covering land half the size of Italy have wiped out ...read more
01/09/2010
 - FAO and its partners are working to scale up response plans and funding requirements to meet the urgent needs of Pakistani farmers on time after the ...read more
01/09/2010
 - Pakistan's agriculture sector has suffered severe losses and requires immediate assistance. Millions of hectares of standing crops have been washed away. Seed stocks have been lost, ...read more
27/08/2010
 - Beginning on 22 July 2010, Pakistan was struck by torrential monsoon rains, causing the most severe floods in living memory. According to official estimates to date, ...read more
26/08/2010
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