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 - A slideshow of images illustrating the latest emergency projects carried out by FAO in the West Bank & Gaza Strip.
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 - Supporting the food security and sustainable livelihoods of poor rural families in the West Bank & Gaza Strip through improving rain water harvesting.
10/05/2013
 - A hydrogeological study covering north and northwestern Somalia indicates that unguided drilling of boreholes puts the country’s groundwater in jeopardy. The report by Somalia Water and Land Information Unit (SWALIM) of ...leer más
29/04/2013
 - Pastoral communities in Kenya depend on watering holes for their livestock. Water shortages have led to conflict among communities and for some pastoralists to give up their livelihood entirely. Waterholes are ...leer más
09/01/2013
 - FAO in emergencies' project in Malawi to support the use of treadle pumps in agriculture.
23/11/2012
 - In Ethiopia FAO works to help the Borans to rehabilitate their wells, called Elas. They are specially prepared hand dug wells where livestock move into the well with a trench ...leer más
24/05/2012
 - Inside this issue: New Uganda FAO Representative Cassava on the verge epidemic Combating illegal harvesting and trade in timber and charcoal New FAO chief on global eradication of hunger
01/02/2012
 - An inside look at the installation and use of drip irrigation techniques for improving vegetable production in the Chad, Kanem region in the Sahel band.
04/01/2012
 - Rainfall in Sudan mostly results from a northwards movement of humid air masses from March to August and their southwards retreat from September to November. At their northernmost reach, these ...leer más
02/08/2010
 - Following the droughts in 2006 and 2008, the present shortfall in precipitation for this year is compounding the water shortage situation in the West Bank. This deepening crisis is exasperating ...leer más
19/02/2009
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