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 - Food insecurity affects nearly one in ten people in Djibouti. Of the food insecure, nearly 60 percent live in rural areas and are dependent on agriculture-based livelihoods. Yet consecutive years ...READ MORE
 - Drought is a reality in Kenya, like in the rest of the Horn of Africa, and it is occurring with greater frequency. FAO Kenya is helping vulnerable farmers and pastoralists ...READ MORE
 - Ayudar a mejorar la seguridad alimentaria de las familias vulnerables afectadas por la sequía y el aumento de los precios de los alimentos.
 - In Haiti, "eating bleach" means the hunger pains brought on by high food prices. FAO is supporting national initiatives, such as urban farming, to boost local more
 - On 20 July, the United Nations declared a state of famine in parts of southern Somalia, which has killed tens of thousands of people in recent months more
 - To support vulnerable farming families affected by high food prices and the drought crisis through the provision of quality wheat seed and fertilizer for the autumn more
 - FAO's Food Price Index rose one percent to 234 points in June 2011 - 39 percent higher than in June 2010 but four percent below its more
 - The political deadlock in the aftermath of Côte d’Ivoire’s Presidential elections in 2010 has remained entrenched, with upswings of violence causing mass displacements and threatening the more
 - In response to the current rise in food prices, FAO will, in partnership with stakeholders, run a series of seminars in Africa, Asia and the Pacific, more
 - On 16 February 2011, anti-Government protests began in Libya and have since escalated into a widespread uprising across the country. As a result of the violence, more
 - L‟Enquête sur la Vulnérabilité Structurelle au Tchad (EVST) réalisée en 2009 a fait apparaitre le rôle prépondérant des échanges et des marchés dans l‟accès alimentaire des more
 - Starting on 26 December 2010, Sri Lanka was struck by the heaviest rains in almost one hundred years, causing devastating floods and landslides. Prior to the more