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 - Since the Syrian conflict, the spread of trans-border animal diseases has become a major problem. Bruno Minjauw is FAO’S ‎Resilience and Liaison officer in Lebanon. He more
 - Crop and livestock activities are extremely sensitive to climate and weather conditions. In South Sudan, over 90 percent of agricultural and livestock production depends on rainfall more
 - To lessen the adverse impacts of hazards, reduce vulnerability and strengthen community resilience so that countries in the region become more food secure and able to more
 - In the early weeks of the South Sudan crisis last year, thousands of families crossed state borders from Jonglei to Nimule, Eastern Equatoria State to escape more
 - Some $121 million are urgently needed to prevent further deterioration of the food security situation and the collapse of regional food chains amidst the ongoing crisis more
 - The Government of Niger gives great priority to seed security in its National Policy Document (PSN) of 2012. The Policy foresees an emergency plan in the more
 - To contribute to improved food and nutrition security for severely food insecure and conflict-affected households in South Sudan. 
 - To contribute to the food and nutrition security of poor smallholder producers in South Sudan through the improvement of livestock health and containment of disease outbreaks more
 - To improve food and nutrition security of vulnerable farming communities in Lakes State.
 - FAO South Sudan and DFID teams travelled to Nimule, Eastern Equatoria State to conduct a joint assessment mission for the FAO implemented and DFID funded project more