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 - A thriving agriculture sector is crucial to long-term peace and development in South Sudan. Up to 95 percent of the country’s population depends on farming, fishing or herding to meet ...leer más
 - An estimated 3.3 million people are food insecure in Sudan today. With 80 percent of Sudan’s rural population relying on agriculture for their food and income, the sector plays a ...leer más
 - The purpose of DDR: the disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration programme in South Sudan is one of the most important tasks after the civil war: finding a job for those who fought ...leer más
12/06/2012
 - Dry conditions have generally eased in many parts of the Greater Horn of Africa following the onset of rains in parts of Ethiopia, Kenya, Djibouti, Somalia, South Sudan and Uganda. However, ...leer más
06/06/2012
 - FAO is stepping up its efforts to transform agriculture in South Sudan in 2012, boosting the number of seed fairs organized before the rainy season, expected to begin in April. There ...leer más
05/06/2012
 - FAO is stepping up its efforts to transform agriculture in South Sudan in 2012, boosting the number of seed fairs organized before the rainy season, expected to begin in April. ...leer más
05/06/2012
 - FAO is stepping up its efforts to transform agriculture in South Sudan in 2012, boosting the number of seed fairs organized before the rainy season, expected to begin in April. There ...leer más
05/06/2012
 - Margerita Angaika has a small plot in Ombasi village in Morobo, a county on the southernmost tip of South Sudan. Her farm is around 4200 square meters, what the locals call ...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
 - 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
01/05/2012