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 - Right blend of policies and support to region’s pastoralists can prevent future crises The time has come to break the "vicious circle" of crises in Africa's Sahel more
 -  The lean season is coming to an end as food crop harvests are ongoing in the Sahel. The poorest households begin to supply their exhausted food more
 - Key points: A situation of food insecurity still prevails in Northern Mali Good rains recorded in August and September mitigate the effects of late start of rains In Niger more
 -  The lean season continues in the Sahel, and the poorest households are still facing difficulties accessing adequate food. Floods have caused crop losses and affected livelihoods in more
 - Afin de passer en revue les actions menées par la FAO face à la crise au Sahel en 2012 et de partager les bonnes pratiques, le more
 - Highlights After a late start, rains have allowed crops to develop Prices remain high in the Sahel particularly in Niger, Nigeria, Benin, Mali and Burkina Faso The lean season continues, and the more
 - 11 million people are food insecure – Support for food and livestock production urgently needed – FAO appeal About 11 million people in the Sahel are still more
 -  The Sahel crisis, with more than 11 million food insecure persons, has entered its peak with the lean season when poor households’ food stocks are exhausted more
 - Highlights Late start of the growing season due to the late onset of rains Increasing number of refugees in Nigeria, of IDPs in Guinea and return of IDPs more
 - Highlights A wet season overall in West Africa, especially in the Western Sahel, is expected in 2013 Locust situation : renewed threat in the Sahel Poor cashew marketing campaign more