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 - The Syrian Refugee Resilience Plan (SRRP) is the guiding instrument for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) to address the needs of Syrian refugees in Turkey. ...leer más
10/04/2018
 - One consequence of the seven-year Syrian crisis is over 4.8 million refugees have fled to Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, and Egypt posing a significant burden on host communities. In this ...leer más
06/04/2018
 - Thousands of Syrian school children participated in food and nutrition education that used gardens to teach them about the importance of eating fruit and vegetables as part of a healthy ...leer más
29/03/2018
 - Seven years of conflict has displaced 6.3 million Syrians within the country and forced another 5.4 million to seek refuge, mostly in neighbouring countries including Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and ...leer más
26/02/2018
 -  to assist host communities,refugees and other vulnerablegroups in Egypt, Iraq, Jordan,Lebanon and Turkey FAO requires USD 104 million period January – December 2018                                 Seven years into the conflict in the Syrian Arab Republic continues devastating ...leer más
08/02/2018
 - Now in its seventh year, the conflict has taken an even more devastating toll on the agriculture sector. In 2018, it is estimated that at least 1.5 million Syrians will ...leer más
08/02/2018
 - Hassan Al-Hassan, a Syrian farmer in his 50s known to the locals as Abu Hasan, remembers how difficult it had been in the past few years in the village of ...leer más
12/12/2017
 - Twenty-six-year-old Sene has been living in a “container city” in southern Turkey since 2014, when she and her family arrived after fleeing Syria. While studying at university in Syria, Sene ...leer más
29/11/2017
 - Key messages Some 6.5 million people are food insecure and a further 4 million are at risk – twice as many as last year – due to asset depletion to maintain ...leer más
25/11/2017
 - Before the Syrian crisis started in 2011, agriculture was a major part of the country’s economy, employing nearly half the population. More often than not, it was also a family ...leer más
14/11/2017
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