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 - Chronic poverty, years of conflict and severe climatic events, including the 2011/2012 drought in the Sahel which triggered a major food and nutrition crisis, have negatively impacted agricultural and livestock ...READ MORE
 - More than 75 percent of the Central African Republic’s working population relies on agriculture, but years of conflict and instability have stifled economic growth, as well as reduced crop and livestock production. The ...READ MORE
 - Promouvoir l’autonomie et la résilience des communautés retournées, fixées et hôtes sur l’axe Dungu–Niangara‒Poko.
 - Soutenir le rapatriement et la réintégration durables des populations affectées par les crises au Burundi par l'appui à la viabilisation des villages ruraux intégrés (VRI) au more
 - As the security situation gradually stabilizes, agriculture offers the most opportunities for economic growth, particularly among the youth and returnees who are seeking work and can more
 - From 15 to 17 December, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has convened a regional consultation with the stakeholders of the poultry more
 - In Northeast Nigeria, insecurity has forced millions of people to leave their homes and in the process lose their livelihoods, predominantly based on agriculture. A large number more
 - To strengthen the resilience of livelihoods and promote social cohesion among communities affected by recurrent crises.
 - Food insecurity situation in the North of Nigeria from 01/10 to 31/12/2015.
 - Appuyer la relance économique du secteur agricole, la promotion de la disponibilité alimentaire et la réduction des risques liés aux catastrophes naturelles.
 - In the Central African Republic, joint field surveys on the situation of transhumance and a socioanthropological study of pastoral populations following the 2013‒2014 crisis in the more
 - In order to prevent further degradation of the food security situation in the North East of Nigeria after the attacks of Boko Haram, FAO and its more