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 - In this issue: New EU-funded Programme Stop Food Waste Darfur: Going Home  
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25/01/2013
 -  The resumption of hostilities in northern Mali leads to an influx of displaced people in an ever more difficult context for affected populations Prices of millet are still high in the ...leer más
25/01/2013
 - FAO’s development programme is designed to respond to the priorities of the Government of Kenya as outlined in the Agricultural Sector Development Strategy (ASDS) 2010-2020 and Vision 2030. Through the ...leer más
23/01/2013
 - This brief presents an overview of the latest innovations being implemented by FAO’s Emergency Rehabilitation and Coordination Unit (ERCU) in Zimbabwe between 2009 and 2011. Lessons learned from these projects ...leer más
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