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 - More than 80 percent of people in Guinea-Bissau – one of the poorest countries in the world – earn a living from agriculture. Rice and cashews are two important crops ...leer más
 - In Morobo, South Sudan, FAO has set up 5 Farmer Field Schools and 5 block farms as part of a seed production project funded by a 500 000 Euro grant ...leer más
03/05/2012
 - In Morobo, South Sudan, FAO has set up 5 Farmer Field Schools and 5 block farms as part of a seed production project funded by a 500 000 Euro grant ...leer más
03/05/2012
 - Welcome to FAO Sudan’s May newsletter. This edition focuses on the results of a new household food security resilience study commissioned by FAO’s SIFSIA project, and our work in Darfur ...leer más
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 - The Republic of Malawi is among the poorest countries in the world. The country is frequently hit by disasters, with many people affected by shocks such as dry spells, flooding, ...leer más
01/05/2012
 - Countries of the West Africa and Sahel sub-region are regularly affected by crises that jeopardize the livelihoods and food and nutritional security of the populations. In 2012, more than 18 ...leer más
01/05/2012
 - FAO is conducting an ongoing vaccination and treatment campaign for livestock belonging to some of the most vulnerable people living in Darfur. In North Darfur, at two IDP camps on the ...leer más
30/04/2012
 -  In Mali, the food situation, already critical before the taking of the North by the rebellion, remains very uncertain Risk of deterioration to extreme food insecurity in Chad and Mauritania by ...leer más
26/04/2012
 - In October/November 2011, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) issued an alert in response to the food and nutrition crisis ...leer más
20/04/2012
 - FAO is calling urgently for funding to offer agricultural support to an expected flood of South Sudanese returning from the Sudan. Hundreds of thousands of people may be forced to return from ...leer más
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