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 - Despite harsh climatic conditions, Africa’s drylands support millions of people and contribute significantly to Kenya’s national economy, primarily through livestock products. However, these same areas are currently also bearing some ...leer más
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 - In the Louga region of in northern Senegal, pastoralists value FAO’s intervention that has provided 14 400 vulnerable pastoral households with a total of 1 540 tonnes of animal feed ...leer más
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 - Una nueva respuesta a la sequía prestará apoyo a 1,4 millones de personas afectadas -entre las más vulnerables en Afganistán-, durante la próxima temporada de invierno y hasta abril del ...leer más
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 - The Emergency Management Centre for Animal Health (EMC-AH) Twelfth Steering Committee endorsed the Centre’s new way of working – supporting the implementation of its Strategic Action Plan 2018–2022. The Steering Committee ...leer más
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 - Afghanistan is experiencing a major food crisis in the face of drought and conflict. Close to half of the country’s rural population is severely food insecure. The Food and ...leer más
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 - FAO and the Borno State Ministry of Environment are offering more sustainable cooking and lighting solutions to resource-poor households in the Ngala local government area (LGA). On 22 November 2018, ...leer más
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 - Yemen is facing the world’s largest food security crisis. Ongoing conflict escalated dramatically, which severely disrupted the economy, including the agriculture sector. It also collapsed essential services and caused large-scale ...leer más
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 - The first cohort of trainees for the FAO In-Service Applied Veterinary Epidemiology (ISAVET) Programme recently completed Part I of the training course to enhance capacity of African countries, including Uganda, ...leer más
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