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 -  In the past El Niño 2015-16 Poor rains and extended drought over multiple seasons have had a major impact on rural livelihoods and food security in Somalia, pushing the country to the ...READ MORE
 - To ensure that food, nutrition and livelihood security in Somalia is strengthened at household and community levels, thereby ensuring greater resilience to future shocks, such as ...read more
20/11/2015
 - Dataset by FAO SWALIM showing the reported flooded areas in Somalia as a consequence of El Niño weather phenomenon.
13/11/2015
 - Unusually heavy and widespread rains that fell recently in northwest Africa, the Horn of Africa and Yemen could favour Desert Locust breeding, FAO warned today, stressing ...read more
11/11/2015
 - To enable returning women and men to have the sustainable and durable means to restart their agropastoral livelihoods and rebuild their productive capacities.
03/11/2015
 - Renforcer la résilience face aux sécheresses et ainsi améliorer la sécurité alimentaire et la nutrition des communautés et des ménages des zones semi-arides et arides à ...read more
16/10/2015
 - To promote youth engagement in improving their livelihoods through the provision of viable livelihood alternatives in the fisheries sector.
16/10/2015
 - An El Niño state occurs when the central and eastern equatorial Pacific sea-surface temperatures (SSTs) are substantially higher than usual. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ...read more
11/09/2015
 - Widespread acute malnutrition persists across Somalia and large numbers of people will be acutely food insecure through December 2015, following below average cereal harvests in crop ...read more
01/09/2015
 - Much higher than normal rains in the last third of 2015, resulting from the El Niño climate phenomenon, could reverse many of the humanitarian and development ...read more
21/08/2015
 - To strengthen and diversify livelihoods at household level of the people of the Dur Dur watershed in Awdal region of Somaliland.
06/07/2015