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 - When the local dairy supply centers closed because of the COVID-19 emergency, Alvaro Ramon, a cattle farmer and milk supplier in the Amazon region of Ecuador, was left with many ...leer más
 - FAO hands over six vehicles funded by USAID and equipped with vehicle-mounted sprayers to the Ministry of Agricultural Development of Somaliland in Hargeisa on Wednesday 20 May 2020. These new ...leer más
 - IPC map on the acute food insecurity situation in the Central African Republic from May to August 2020. 
 - Rehman produce okra (quimbombó), calabazas, melones y tomates en los dos invernaderos tipo túnel que construyó en el patio trasero de su casa en Aka Khel, localidad situada en una ...leer más
 - Throughout history 6 000 – 7 000 plant species have been cultivated for food. Yet today 40 percent of our daily calories come from just three crops: rice, wheat and ...leer más
 - The Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), QU Dongyu, has warned that efforts to control desert locusts will take time, noting increased concern for ...leer más
 - Hawa Gul, 42, is a mother of seven children. She lives in Kohak village of Farah district in the western Farah province of Afghanistan, where FAO has recently assisted the most ...leer más
 - The Global Response Plan presents an overview of FAO's ongoing desert locust response activities, as well as funding needs for the remainder of 2020 in order to: sustain ongoing operations ...leer más
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