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 - Six months after the devastating tsunami around the coasts of the Indian Ocean, strong coordination between governments, donors and aid organizations is essential to ensure that ...read more
23/06/2005
 - A few random shoots of rice in a moonscape of disaster, a solitary basket of gleaming fish on a shattered dock, a tree snapped like a ...read more
08/03/2005
 - With the tsunami relief effort now in its second month, FAO announced today that it has received firm donor commitments of around US$20.5 million to finance ...read more
16/02/2005
 - FAO is conducting damage assessment missions in each of the countries affected by Sunday's devastating tsunami in South Asia to assess the impact on the agriculture and ...read more
29/12/2004
 - Farmers in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) face numerous challenges, not least of which are soil erosion, scarce inputs and extreme weather like drought, ...read more
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 - Many farmers across northern Uganda are returning to their villages after two decades of civil strife and displacement. Reintegrating back home and rebuilding their livelihoods presents ...read more
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 - Small-scale farmers are the main producers of food in Zambia – meeting an estimated 80 percent of the country’s food needs. Although the food security situation ...read more
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 -  In the past Crisis in the Sahel Mauritania experiences structural food deficits, recurrent drought and environmental degradation, making access to food difficult for vulnerable households. The Sahel Crisis, ...read more
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 -  In the past Asian tsunami Sri Lanka’s 26-year conflict – which uprooted hundreds of thousands of people, often more than once – ended in 2009. The hardest hit ...read more
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 -  As Zimbabwe’s economy continues its remarkable recovery following almost a decade of recession, FAO is helping the country’s most vulnerable people to produce more food, access ...read more
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