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 - The armed insurgency in northeastern Nigeria has resulted in the disruption of fishing livelihoods, an important source of food and income, especially for households dependent on the Lake Chad, a ...leer más
04/04/2019
 - In 2017, rural families in the Philippines struggled to regain their livelihoods after a succession of strong typhoons, drought and conflict decimated crops, farm animals and productive assets. Missing the ...leer más
30/04/2018
 - FAO-led fisherman training via the Coastal Communities Against Piracy (CCAP) Project aims at tackling some of the root causes of economic marginalization in Somalia’s coastal communities. Launched in November 2016, ...leer más
19/10/2017
 - The coastal community in Eyl, Somalia is beating hunger by fishing. FAO kitted their boats with ice boxes so that they can stay out at sea longer, and freezing units ...leer más
16/03/2017
 - The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) donated thread and tools to allow the community in Aweil, South Sudan to produce their own nets for fishing in ...leer más
01/12/2016
 - Belgium’s USD 300 000 contribution to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations’ (FAO’s) emergency programme in Fiji is assisting more than 5 000 families (approximately 25 000 ...leer más
29/05/2016
 - Trransboundary aquatic animal diseases (TAADS) are a primary constraint to sustainable aquaculture production, and have a significant socio-economic and environmental impact in several aquaculture countries and regions of the world. ...leer más
23/03/2016
 - When Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines on 8 November 2013, 73 percent of coastal communities were severely affected and approximately two-thirds of small-scale fishers lost their productive assets. The loss of ...leer más
10/06/2015