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20/11/2012
 - FAO Burundi has been supporting the harmonious reintegration of returnees in the southern provinces of Makamba, Rutana and Bururi. Through the project, FAO has supported more than 4000 households (20,000 ...leer más
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01/11/2012
 - In this issue: Season Update: promising harvest, livestock movement and disease monitoring; FSL Sector News; Caution Over Foreign Land Deals; FAO Focus: Healthier Herds; Global Food Outlook.
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30/10/2012
 - The management of livestock diseases is of critical importance if Kenya is going to combat rising levels of poverty in its arid lands and capitalize on its huge livestock resource. ...leer más
26/10/2012
 - Based on a study which showed that 70% of dairy farmers in the high potential areas of Kenya had no access to education or extension messages on dairy production, an ...leer más
21/10/2012
 -  Good crop prospects throughout the Sahel and in West Africa, except in localized areas Uneven pastoral situation Locust situation: WARNING: swarms forming in the Sahel Floods: Niger, Chad, Senegal and Nigeria together account ...leer más
18/10/2012
 - How a woman in rural Kenya is reaping the benefits of growing tomatoes using innovative irrigation technology Mrs. Mutisya keenly studies the leaves of her newly transplanted tomato crop. She has ...leer más
07/10/2012
 - How innovative technology by FAO is promoting a savings culture for grains Osama is dead and the women of Kimu market in Kyuso district are a happy lot. And no, the ...leer más
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