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 - Nepal’s steep, terraced mountains are extraordinarily beautiful. They can also be extremely dangerous. The recent earthquakes hit hardest in some of the country’s mountainous farming areas in the north, near ...leer más
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 - FAO watershed management and mountains team leader, Thomas Hofer, visited Nepal to meet with farmers and see how their livelihoods have been affected by the earthquakes. He is leading FAO’s ...leer más
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 - Thousands of farming families whose livelihoods were devastated by the recent earthquakes in Nepal will soon have access to time-critical agricultural inputs thanks to rapid funding from Italy. The EUR ...leer más
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 - H.E. Mr. Vutti Vuttisant, Ambassador of Thailand to Nepal travelled by road on 15 May 2015 to visit Sindhupalchok district to take stock of the situation after the devastating 7.8 ...leer más
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