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 - A short animation to introduce INFORM - the Index for Risk Management. INFORM is a global, open-source risk assessment for humanitarian crises and disasters.
28/11/2014
 - For the first time, the Government of Japan is supporting FAO’s efforts in Mali to assist food-insecure households and improve their access to food during the ...read more
20/10/2014
 - Preventing transboundary diseases and pests and threats to the food chain saves lives, saves livelihoods, and saves money. Prevention includes actions such as vaccination, hygiene, good practices, ...read more
03/02/2014
 - A locust control campaign is starting in Madagascar against a plague of the Malagasy Migratory Locust, which threatens the food security and livelihoods of 13 million ...read more
23/09/2013
 - International experts recommend vigilance and promote targeted surveillance, market restructuring to fight H7N9, H5N1 and other threats FAO has issued a new warning to the international community ...read more
16/09/2013
 - To promote peaceful coexistence and to strengthen the delivery of peace dividends to communities living across the 1956 north-south border.
09/08/2013
 - FAO has assisted representatives from the governments of South Sudan and Sudan to initiate the formation of a joint veterinary protocol agreement for the control of ...read more
30/04/2013
 - The importance of prevention cannot be overestimated. In this environment of climate change and global marketing of agricultural products, we would expect that transboundary diseases and ...read more
05/11/2012
 - To improve the national capacity in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan for safe and accurate diagnosis of brucellosis and Q fever, establish the epidemiological situation of ...read more
09/10/2012
 - To enable FAO Subregional Emergency Office for Southern Africa (REOSA) to provide technical, coordination and operational support to governments, partners and FAO Representations and Emergency Rehabilitation ...read more
22/08/2012
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