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 - Chronic poverty, years of conflict and severe climatic events, including the 2011/2012 drought in the Sahel which triggered a major food and nutrition crisis, have negatively impacted agricultural and livestock ...READ MORE
 - Le film raconte comment des paysans de la région du Kanem, dans le sahel ouest du Tchad, arrivent grâce à l'installation d'un système d'irrigation, à travailler more
 - Key Points Good crop prospects confirmed by PREGEC Locust situation remains of concern Grain prices in West Africa and on the international market: millet prices remain high but other more
 - FAO warns of impending threat - FAO has alerted Algeria, Libya, Mauritania and Morocco to prepare for the likely arrival of Desert Locust swarms from the Sahel more
 - Key Points Good crop prospects throughout the Sahel and in West Africa, except in localized areas Uneven pastoral situation Locust situation: WARNING: swarms forming in the Sahel Floods: Niger, Chad, more
 -  Favorable growing conditions of crops in the Sahel Desert locust situation remains of concern in Mali and Niger Situation in Mali: lack of information in northern Mali Trends in more
 - To contribute to the stabilization of returnees in their hometowns through assistance in the provision of garden seeds and tools, and to make food available and more
 - Améliorer les revenus des populations bénéficiaires par la fourniture d’outils de transformation des productions agricoles primaires et par l’appui à la commercialisation des productions primaires et more
 - Key points Normal start to the 2012-2013 growing season Desert locust threat in the Sahel Situation in Mali: 175 000 IDPs, 250 000 refugees and a lack of information more
 - Spanish football player Raúl González, who acts as a goodwill ambassador for FAO, travelled to Chad in support of joint efforts by FAO and the European more
 - A food crisis is sweeping across the Sahel. Late, erratic rainfall, high food prices, displacement and chronic poverty have pushed more than 19 million people into more