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 - Timely and robust actions can reduce hunger and human suffering as a result of crises, and that's truer than ever in the wake of the disruptions ...read more
08/12/2020
 - Since 2016, Kotwal village in Chinarto district of Uruzgan province is facing severe security challenges constraining any kind of humanitarian assistance including strict movement restrictions for ...read more
06/12/2020
 - Key points:  The number of people facing acute food insecurity at crisis or worse levels has dramatically increased – from 15.6 million in 2019 to 21.8 million. ...read more
03/12/2020
 - Levels of acute hunger have soared throughout 2020, with the total number of people experiencing crisis or worse levels of acute food insecurity globally expected to ...read more
01/12/2020
 - Between July and August 2020, FAO officially launched its emergency agricultural activities and response to the pastoral lean season in four regions of the Niger  – Diffa, Maradi, ...read more
26/11/2020
 - FAO in Afghanistan is implementing two COVID-19 emergency response projects to mitigate the potential adverse impacts of COVID-19 on vulnerable herders, farmers, women-headed households, and agricultural ...read more
24/11/2020
 - L’Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’alimentation et l’agriculture (FAO) et la Belgique joignent leurs efforts à ceux du Gouvernement du Mali pour répondre aux besoins croissants ...read more
23/11/2020
 - The Sudan is suffering one of the world’s largest protracted humanitarian crises. About 9.3 million people in the Sudan were already in need of humanitarian assistance prior to ...read more
23/11/2020
 - Kuchi pastoralists, numbering around 2.4 million people in Afghanistan, are one of the region’s most vulnerable groups. Their condition has since been exacerbated by COVID-19 and ...read more
21/11/2020
 - Super Typhoon Goni, locally referred to as Rolly, made landfall on 1 November 2020 in the Philippines, roughly following the same path as Typhoon Molave that ...read more
20/11/2020