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 - Food insecurity affects nearly one in ten people in Djibouti. Of the food insecure, nearly 60 percent live in rural areas and are dependent on agriculture-based livelihoods. Yet consecutive years ...READ MORE
 - Ethiopia is responding to a drought emergency, triggered by one of the strongest El Niño events on record. Humanitarian needs have tripled since the beginning of 2015 as the drought ...READ MORE
 - This FAO Kenya Newsletter examines our World Food Day activities including the inaugural Media Awards. There are also reports on how sorghum farming is improving livelihoods more
 - To improve the food and livelihood security of conflict- and drought-affected households in South Kordofan and Blue Nile.
 - To improve the food security of poor smallholder farmers who have been affected by two successive below-normal Belg rains, and who are producing less food and more
 - To improve household food and nutrition security in poor smallholder farming communities affected by two successive below-normal Belg rains.
 - In a bid to continue guiding decision-making using life-saving food security information on Somalia, the European Commission (EC) has boosted the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization more
 - 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 more
 - To improve the food security and self-reliance of 26 000 households in Darfur by improving agriculture and livestock production as well as natural resources management.
 - To improve food availability and access in order to address immediate needs and strengthen the resilience of drought-affected communities in southern Somalia.
 - To improve soil moisture retention and health through sensitization and coordination of minimum tillage adoption and associated improved CA practices.
 - Améliorer l’accès à l’eau potable des communautés, migrantes et hôtes, le long des routes entre le lac Assal, Tadjourah et Obock tant pour la consommation humaine more