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 - More than three-quarters of Malagasy families earn a living from agriculture, but frequent natural disasters – drought in the South, cyclones in the East, locust threats – cut into production ...READ MORE
 - More than 80 percent of people in Guinea-Bissau – one of the poorest countries in the world – earn a living from agriculture. Rice and cashews are two important crops ...READ MORE
 - Durant la deuxième décade de janvier 2014, les estimations de FEWS indiquaient que la pluviométrie était supérieure à 65 mm dans l’Aire d’invasion et dans l’Aire more
 - Highlights 2.5 million people need immediate humanitarian assistance; and one in five Central Africans is now internally displaced. These figures are likely to rise as the conflict more
 - The crisis in South Sudan and high levels of food insecurity require a humanitarian response that is fast, flexible and opportunistic. FAO is helping to restore more
 - Even under the best of circumstances major logistical obstacles make it difficult for FAO to support humanitarian and development initiatives in South Sudan. Before the start more
 - Farmers in the Central African Republic are in urgent need of seeds and essential tools for the March planting season if they are to help avert more
 - To ensure that harmonized food security analyses are used in improving decision making and planning strategic response in Central African Republic.
 - On Friday 7 February 2014 tools and seeds were distributed to 760 people, in particular to market gardeners from the Boeing-Bercali-Fontaine area and farmers from the more
 - Durant la 1ère décade de janvier 2014, une zone dépressionnaire tropicale, accompagnée de rafales de vent plus ou moins tourbillonnants de 61 km/h en moyenne, s’est more
 - Before the crisis, South Sudan was already the scene of one of the world’s largest humanitarian operations – responding to structural food insecurity, large refugee populations, more
 - FAO today warned of a major food security and nutrition crisis in South Sudan, where some 3.7 million people are now facing acute or emergency levels more