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 -  to assist 630 000 people FAO requires USD 20 million period January–December 2021                                 The humanitarian situation in Zimbabwe is fragile and requires close, continued attention. Widespread food insecurity is largely a result of shocks and stressors ...leer más
11/03/2021
 -  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
11/03/2021
 -  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
11/03/2021
 -  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
11/03/2021
 -  to assist 2 million people FAO requires USD 55 million  period January–December 2021                                 The Sudan continues to suffer from one of the world’s largest protracted humanitarian crises, with the situation deteriorating significantly in 2020 due to ...leer más
11/03/2021
 -  to assist 6 million people FAO requires USD 90 million period January–December 2021                                 A combination of severe flooding, dry spells, insecurity, disease and pests, the economic crisis, the effects of COVID-19, limited access to basic services ...leer más
11/03/2021
 -  to assist 2.8 million people FAO requires USD 128 million period January–December 2021                                 Somalia is facing a growing number of threats to its food security. The ongoing desert locust invasion, socio-economic effects of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) ...leer más
11/03/2021
 -  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
11/03/2021
 -  to assist 470 000 people  FAO requires USD 16 million period January–December 2021                                 The food security situation in Pakistan has significantly worsened, mainly due to drought, floods, desert locust and conflict, which have triggered population displacements ...leer más
11/03/2021
 -  to assist 831 600 people  FAO requires USD 42 million period January–December 2021                                 Over the past year, food insecurity in Nigeria has reached levels that had not been observed since 2016–2017, with Adamawa, Borno and Yobe ...leer más
11/03/2021
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