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 - The presence of relatively large numbers of Desert Locust in Yemen, where conflict is severely hampering control operations, poses a potential threat to crops in the region. Keith Cressman, FAO ...leer más
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 - Cash-for-work interventions implemented by the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization are providing an income lifeline to communities affected by the ongoing drought in northern Somalia. While putting much needed cash ...leer más
01/04/2016
 - One of the most devastating El Niño events on record continues to affect the lives and livelihoods of farmers and herders in Ethiopia. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is ...leer más
21/03/2016
 - El Niño is a naturally occurring phenomenon characterized by the abnormal warming of sea surface temperature in the central and eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean. On average, it occurs every two ...leer más
18/03/2016
 - In Somali Region of southeastern Ethiopia, the ongoing drought – the most severe in half a century due to the effects of El Niño – has caused critical feed and ...leer más
14/03/2016
 - The devastating drought sparked by the worst El Niño in records has driven Ethiopia to an alarming state of food insecurity and malnutrition. The El Niño-induced drought is not just ...leer más
07/03/2016
 - Immediately following the earthquakes in Nepal and many aftershocks, FAO began its emergency response to address the immediate needs of the hardest-hit farmers in the six most affected districts. Support ...leer más
04/03/2016
 - Más de la mitad de la población total de Yemen –unos 14,4 millones de personas-padece inseguridad alimentaria, debido a que el conflicto en curso y las restricciones a las importaciones ...leer más
28/01/2016
 - More than half the population of Yemen is currently food insecure, since the beginning of the war, the number has risen from 12.9 million to 14.4 million. The strain on ...leer más
28/01/2016