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 -  A thriving agriculture sector is crucial to long-term peace and development in South Sudan. Up to 95 percent of the country’s population depends on farming, fishing or herding to meet ...READ MORE
 - Contribuer à restaurer les moyens de subsistance des communautés affectées, sur la base des critères de vulnéreabilité et en concertation avec d'autres structures de coordination.
21/04/2015
 - To help improve the resilience of drought-affected smallholder farmers living in the belg/meher agro-ecological zones of the eastern highlands of Ethiopia and pastoral communities through improved ...read more
14/04/2015
 - To contribute to restoring the production capacities and access to basic needs for 5 000 vulnerable households, 60 percent of which are headed by women, in ...read more
08/04/2015
 - To contribute to increasing the food and nutrition security and restoring agriculture-based livelihoods of typhoon-affected households through the emergency distribution of key agricultural inputs for the ...read more
03/03/2015
 - “My house has been flooded. I couldn’t take anything out of the house. My pots, my clothes and blankets, everything disappeared with the water” says Admira ...read more
26/02/2015
 - Some 150 small farming households affected by last year’s devastating floods received practical help today from the European Union and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization ...read more
24/02/2015
 - Renforcer la sécurité alimentaire, les revenus et les moyens d’existence des ménages d’agriculteurs au Soudan du Sud, en augmentant l'accès aux semences de qualité des principales ...read more
13/02/2015
 - To improve food security by increasing farmers’ income and strengthening local economies through sustainable groundnut cultivation.
09/02/2015
 - To restore and improve food and livelihood security and self-reliance of vulnerable IDPs, returnees, women-headed households, pastoralists, agropastoralists and host communities in the Darfur region through ...read more
05/02/2015