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 -  to assist 1.1 million people FAO requires USD 49.1 million period January – December 2018                                 The Central African Republic is currently one of the world’s most serious humanitarian crises. As violence is ...en lire plus
 - Key points Insecurity in the Central African Republic has worsened. Clashes among various armed groups continue, particularly affecting the southeastern and northwestern areas, caused additional population displacements ...en lire plus
 - Key points Insecurity in the country has increased, especially for humanitarian workers - between January 2016 and April 2017, 29 percent of incidents of violence against humanitarian ...en lire plus
 - Key points According to results of the latest IPC analysis and its projection until the end of 2016, there’s an alarming deterioration of the food security situation ...en lire plus
 - This video presents some of the lessons learnt from the first three Inter-Agency Humanitarian Evaluations (IAHEs) of the response to the crises in the Philippines ...en lire plus
 - Key points Without support to revitalize the agriculture sector (crops, forestry, livestock and fishery), many former combatants and youths will not be able to find jobs and ...en lire plus
 - Key messages Without agriculture and livestock support, many farmers and herders won’t be able to secure food and income and will remain extremely vulnerable to the effects ...en lire plus
 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP), together with their NGO partners, have started providing seeds, hand ...en lire plus
 - Nearly 1 million people are still displaced inside CAR or seeking refuge in neighbouring countries. The number of hungry people has doubled in 1 year, as ...en lire plus
 - Three years of conflict have left a heavy toll on the people of the Central African Republic. Nearly one million people are still uprooted. Half of ...en lire plus
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