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 - The war in Yemen remains one of the world’s largest humanitarian crises, with 80 percent of Yemen’s population in need of humanitarian assistance. In this context, FAO partnered with the ...leer más
 - Conflicts and natural disasters in Yemen severely constrain agriculture-related income, which drives farmers, particularly young men, to search for more remunerative sources of income. In response, with generous support from ...leer más
 - Vulnerable farmers and livestock keepers and owners of the most food-insecure provinces of Afghanistan will benefit from the funding (USD 3.6 million) provided by Sweden for FAO to assist 168 ...leer más
 - This report shares the analysis on the effects of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the agri-food system in Afghanistan based on the assessment conducted during May–June 2020. The Food and ...leer más
 - The conflict in Syria has driven up the price of animal fodder and other livestock inputs, and quality feed is not always available on the market. The cost of animal ...leer más
 - With financial support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) leads the establishment of a data and analysis ...leer más
 -  to assist 6.3 million people  FAO requires USD 90 million period January–December 2021                                 Yemen is suffering the worst humanitarian crisis worldwide as a consequence of six years of violent conflict and an economic collapse. Urgent action ...leer más
 -  to assist 58 400 people  FAO requires USD 7.1 million period January–December 2021                                 Turkey hosts the largest refugee population in the world, with 3.6 million displaced Syrians under Temporary Protection. Improving the self-reliance of Syrians under ...leer más
 -  to assist 12 million people  FAO requires USD 170 million period January–December 2021                                 The Syrian Arab Republic is enduring a protracted humanitarian crisis as a result of ten years of ongoing conflict and insecurity, displacements and ...leer más
 -  to assist 43 540 people FAO requires USD 13.7 million period January–December 2021                                 The high rate of food insecurity in Palestine is driven by poverty and unemployment. Protracted insecurity, continuing economic decline and prolonged restrictions on ...leer más
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