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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
 - There was a dearth of good news from South Sudan in 2014. We can end the year on one good note, however. In September 2014, despite more
 - Cattle movement disrupted by conflict in South Sudan. There is a growing risk of disease outbreaks.
 - In an effort to increase production, availability and access to food sources in states less affected by the crisis in South Sudan, FAO and partners distributed more
 - Palek Island is a tiny village located about an hour off the western bank of the Nile near Terekeka county in Central Equatoria State. Not many more
 - One year on from the outbreak of violence in South Sudan, the country has devolved into two worlds: the areas affected by conflict, mostly in Greater more
 - Latest indications confirm that world cereal production will reach an all-time record of more than 2.5 billion tonnes in 2014. Buoyed by bumper crops in Europe and more
 - To improve the food and livelihood security of IDP, returnee, vulnerable host community, refugee and pastoral households in South Sudan through increasing beneficiaries’ access to agricultural, more
 - There are over 35 million livestock in South Sudan, including 11 million cows and 25 million goats and sheep combined. Livestock is the largest form of more
 -  Dr. Sue Lautze's, FAO Representative South Sudan, speech during World Food Day 2014 in South Sudan.
 - To improve the food and nutrition security of flood-affected households and pastoral communities in targeted areas of South Sudan through the provision of agricultural, fishing and more