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 - The Global Report brings together regional and national data and analysis to present the latest global picture of acute food and nutrition insecurity and its trends and drivers. It is ...leer más
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 - The European Union (EU) has contributed new funding totalling $40.8 million to boost United Nations (UN) resilience-building work in Yemen. Interventions will target the most vulnerable community groups, including women, the ...leer más
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 - Key messages Afghanistan is currently facing one of the world’s largest and most complex humanitarian crisis, with alarming increase of food insecurity and loss of livelihoods, as a result of the ...leer más
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 - In 2018, FAO significantly scaled up its assistance to Yemen, reaching millions of vulnerable Yemenis through a mixture of crop and vegetable seeds, fishing gear, poultry production kits, cash support, ...leer más
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 - The main types of energy resources in northeastern Nigeria are firewood and charcoal. When using inefficient energy technologies, such as open fires, the demand for these energy resources is high. ...leer más
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 - The Central African Republic is currently one of the world’s most serious humanitarian crises. The resurgence of violence since the end of 2017 has further exacerbated the humanitarian needs of ...leer más
07/03/2019
 - Key points The latest IPC analysis (October 2018) indicates that the number of people severely food insecure has increased compared with the previous analysis (March 2018) ‒ from 1.6 to 1.9 ...leer más
07/03/2019
 - Yemen is the world’s largest humanitarian crisis where the population faces constant threats to their lives and livelihoods. The ongoing conflict has led to a severe economic decline and collapsed ...leer más
05/03/2019
 - Key points The results of the latest IPC analysis (August 2018) indicate that the number of people in IPC Phase 4 (emergency) is 3.5 million – a significant increase compared with ...leer más
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