Temas Relacionados

 - A joint project between FAO and UNFPA in the Syrian Arab Republic, supported by KOICA, to reach 1,200 women headed-households with agricultural production kits to increase their contribution to household ...leer más
03/02/2019
 - Syrian wheat farmers are facing serious challenges to sustain their livelihoods, despite the overall improved security situation in the country. Wheat production has been severely affected by the ongoing crisis, ...leer más
20/11/2018
 - In order to protect and improve the livelihoods of vulnerable pastoralists affected by the fodder deficit in Senegal, FAO and partners reached a total of 14 400 beneficiaries through the ...leer más
16/11/2018
 - South Sudan is facing unprecedented levels of food insecurity, as more than 6 million people – just under 60 percent of the country’s population – are severely food insecure, according ...leer más
10/10/2018
 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) have launched a joint effort to support conflict-affected people in northeastern Nigeria to increase ...leer más
12/07/2018
 - Long-awaited seasonal rains are making their way across northeastern Nigeria where millions of farmers eagerly anticipate the chance to break ground. After a prolonged period of Boko Haram-related conflict, markets ...leer más
28/06/2018
 - FAO’s 2018 rainy season programme in Adamawa, Borno state and Yobe in northeastern Nigeria. FAO will deliver inputs the form of three types of kits, comprising crop seed varieties appropriate ...leer más
27/06/2018
 - Displaced farming families are gradually returning to their homes after the five-month-long armed clashes in the Philippine’s Islamic city of Marawi. The fighting between government forces and the Maute group ...leer más
06/05/2018
 - The situation for 1.2 million Rohingya refugees and host communities in Bangladesh has become increasingly dangerous with the onset of the cyclone season and monsoon rains. The annual monsoon is ...leer más
04/05/2018
 - Nur Bahar and her two children spent 11 days crossing hills and river in Myanmar before they reached the border with Bangladesh. Her husband died 10 years ago from a ...leer más
04/05/2018