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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
 - Margerita Angaika has a small plot in Ombasi village in Morobo, a county on the southernmost tip of South Sudan. Her farm is around 4200 square meters, ...read more
03/05/2012
 - In Morobo, South Sudan, FAO has set up 5 Farmer Field Schools and 5 block farms as part of a seed production project funded by a ...read more
03/05/2012
 - In Morobo, South Sudan, FAO has set up 5 Farmer Field Schools and 5 block farms as part of a seed production project funded by a ...read more
03/05/2012
 - FAO is calling urgently for funding to offer agricultural support to an expected flood of South Sudanese returning from the Sudan. Hundreds of thousands of people may be ...read more
13/04/2012
 - FAO has supported vaccination campaigns in South Sudan since the 1980s. It also provides the fridges used to store them. It mounted the successful campaign to ...read more
04/04/2012
 - FAO is racing against time to carry out vaccinations to remove the diseases endemic to South Sudan that threaten the herds. In Hiyala ‘payam’, a small ...read more
04/04/2012
 - Nearly 5 million people in South Sudan will face significant pressure on their food security in 2012, and one million of them may not have enough ...read more
04/04/2012
 - The situation in the drought and conflict affected areas of the Greater Horn of Africa has generally improved since the onset of the crisis in 2011. ...read more
01/04/2012
 - The situation in the drought‐affected areas of the Horn of Africa has improved significantly. However, an estimated 9 million people are still in need of assistance. ...read more
01/03/2012
 - Each year, countries in the Eastern and Central region of Africa experience the highest number of natural hazards and people-induced disasters in all of Africa. More ...read more
22/02/2012
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