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 - Guatemala, Central America’s most populous country, is experiencing high levels of food insecurity and undernutrition as a result of recurrent natural disasters, environmental degradation, inadequate agricultural ...read more
06/03/2010
 - The humanitarian situation in northwestern Pakistan has deteriorated significantly since mid-2008. In several areas of North West Frontier Province (NWFP) and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas ...read more
09/02/2010
 - On 12 January 2010, the Republic of Haiti was rocked by its strongest earthquake in 200 years. The earthquake, measuring 7.0 on the Richter scale, hit ...read more
16/01/2010
 - Les responsables des diérents départements techniques du siège de FAO ont développé le cadre stratégique des interventions, qui reprend la vision et les objectifs de la ...read more
01/01/2010
 - Depuis la crise sociopolitique de septembre 2002, la Côte d’Ivoire fait face à une instabilité politique et à une insécurité généralisée, ayant contribué à l’effondrement des ...read more
01/01/2010
 - Years of conflict and instability have profoundly impacted the people of Chad, and lie at the heart of the country’s food security and livelihood difficulties. CAP 2010 ...read more
30/11/2009
 - The humanitarian crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo continues to escalate at an alarming rate, especially in the east of the country. CAP 2010 – ...read more
30/11/2009
 - In May 2008, Myanmar faced its most devastating natural disaster on record when Cyclone Nargis struck the Ayeyarwady Delta. The 200 km/hr winds, heavy rains and ...read more
24/11/2009
 - Tropical Storm Ketsana struck the Philippines on 26 September 2009, causing the worst flooding to sweep the capital and surrounding regions in over 40 years. With ...read more
07/10/2009
 - In April 2009, an escalation in the fighting between Government forces and armed groups in Pakistan’s North West Frontier Province (NWFP) resulted in the displacement of ...read more
22/05/2009
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