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 -  In the past Typhoon Haiyan Back-to-back crises – conflict, typhoons, flooding – make it difficult for many farmers, herders and fishers in the Philippines to rebound, especially as they struggle to ...leer más
 - Featured Stories: Strengthening climate change adaptation in agriculture FAO expands El Niño response in Mindanao Hope flows in Altavas, Aklan (Water impounding system project) Electronic tool for monitoring food and nutrition insecurity FAO and DENR ...leer más
 -  Featured Stories: Disaster risk reduction and management and climate change adaptation at the heart of FAO's work in the Philippines FAO-DA formulate National La Niña Action Plan Higher than average yield for rice ...leer más
 -  What do drones have to offer to agriculture? That’s the central question in this week’s episode, which will take us from the Philippines, where FAO is using drones to gather ...leer más
 - In an effort to stay ahead of the negative impacts of climate change, floods and typhoons on its food security, the Philippine Department of Agriculture and the UN’s Food and ...leer más
 - Featured Stories FAO and DA take agriculture disaster risk reduction to the next level Restoring livelihoods of typhoon-hit farmers in Central Luzon Pikit farmers acquire livelihood and disaster risk reduction skills Regional food security ...leer más
 - Drones were launched to officially mark a joint undertaking by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Department of Agriculture (DA) to initiate the use ...leer más
 - Farming households that were affected by Typhoon Koppu are receiving livelihood recovery assistance through Belgium’s USD 440 000 contribution to the Special Fund for Emergency and Rehabilitation Activities of the ...leer más
 - Typhoon Koppu (local name Lando) made landfall in the Central Luzon Region of the Philippines on 18 October 2015, affecting 26 provinces and leaving USD 205.9 million worth of damage ...leer más
 - When Typhoon Haiyan (locally known as Yolanda) swept through the central Philippines on 8 November 2013, the storm affected some 14.1 million people and caused more than USD 700 million ...leer más
 - Featured Stories Climate-resilient tilapia farming seen to contribute to food security in the Philippines Strategic framework to guide FAO initiatives in Mindanao through 2020 International delegation observes DRR approaches in the Philippines FAO and ...leer más
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