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 - The signs of the 2018 drought were evident across various provinces in Afghanistan. Communities who rely on their livestock bear the brunt of the suffering. In rural areas, livestock is ...leer más
04/06/2019
 - End of April, early morning departure from Dakar with colleagues from FAO and some journalists, to meet with some beneficiaries of the initiative called “1 million cisterns for the Sahel”. In ...leer más
28/05/2019
 - As early as January 2019, farming communities in the municipalities of Pigkawayan in North Cotabato and Datu Saudi Ampatuan in Maguindanao, both located on the southern island of Mindanao in ...leer más
22/05/2019
 - Climate-driven hazards are increasing in intensity and frequency, with weather‑related crises now occurring nearly five times as often as 40 years ago. At the same time, needs are expanding and ...leer más
20/05/2019
 - Four decades of conflict and recurrent natural disasters have debilitated Afghanistan’s institutions and weakened the resilience of its people, making it nearly impossible for communities to adequately cope with further ...leer más
03/05/2019
 - Key points Following the impact of severe drought that decimated pasture, livestock and crops in 2018, the situation of millions of affected families is still fragile. If adequate timely assistance is not ...leer más
29/04/2019
 - There is evidence that the intensity and frequency of natural hazards and conflicts is increasing. Natural hazards, for example, now occur nearly five times as often compared to 40 years ...leer más
25/04/2019
 - Consecutive drought in the last three years – followed by a severe drought during the 2017/2018 wet season – hit almost two out of three provinces in Afghanistan, destabilizing the ...leer más
27/03/2019
 - 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
20/03/2019
 -  In the past Locust crisis El Niño 2015-16 In Madagascar, almost 80 percent of the population is engaged in agriculture. However, frequent natural disasters – cyclones, tropical storms, flooding and drought – and ...leer más
18/03/2019