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 - Renforcer la résilience des moyens d’existence des agriculteurs des zones reprises touchées par des crises, grâce à la réparation et la réhabilitation des infrastructures endommagées.
12/12/2018
 - Key messages The latest Cadre Harmonisé analysis (November 2018) indicates that 1.7 million people currently face food insecurity in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states (October–December 2018) – ...read more
11/12/2018
 - As many as 20 million Yemenis are food insecure in the world's worst humanitarian crisis. Already, 15.9 million people wake up hungry, according to the latest Integrated ...read more
08/12/2018
 - To enhance the resilience and productive capacities of vulnerable herding families to protect their livelihoods and increase their productivity.
05/12/2018
 - 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
 - Contribuer à l’amélioration de l’accès à la nourriture en vue de sauver et préserver des vies, et protéger les moyens de subsistance des populations déplacées, retournées ...read more
29/11/2018
 - Key messages 6.7 million people are food insecure and a further 4.5 million are at risk of food insecurity due to asset depletion to maintain food consumption. Within ...read more
29/11/2018
 - FAO and the Borno State Ministry of Environment are offering more sustainable cooking and lighting solutions to resource-poor households in the Ngala local government area (LGA). ...read more
26/11/2018
 - Yemen is facing the world’s largest food security crisis. Ongoing conflict escalated dramatically, which severely disrupted the economy, including the agriculture sector. It also collapsed essential ...read more
26/11/2018
 - Syrian wheat farmers are facing serious challenges to sustain their livelihoods, despite the overall improved security situation in the country. Wheat production has been severely affected ...read more
20/11/2018