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 - Key messages Torrential rains and flash floods have reportedly affected more than 21 000 households across pockets of Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states, with farmlands, pasture, grazing ...en lire plus
26/09/2019
 - Farmers in conflict-ridden Yemen have begun receiving seeds thanks to the joint efforts of the Government of Japan, Yemen’s Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation and the ...en lire plus
23/07/2019
 - Key messages 98 400 households (688 800 people) have been targeted for FAO’s rainy season activities (distribution of crop seed and fertilizer). As it is the main ...en lire plus
07/06/2019
 - On 29 May 2019, H.E. Nikolaj Hejberg, Danish Ambassador to Afghanistan, and Mr. Johnny Almestad, Norwegian Minister Counsellor to Afghanistan joined Rajendra Aryal, FAO Country Representative ...en lire plus
04/06/2019
 - The signs of the 2018 drought were evident across various provinces in Afghanistan. Communities who rely on their livestock bear the brunt of the suffering. In ...en lire plus
04/06/2019
 - Syrian wheat farmers are facing serious challenges to sustain their livelihoods, despite the overall improved security situation in the country. Wheat production has been severely affected ...en lire plus
20/11/2018
 - South Sudan is facing unprecedented levels of food insecurity, as more than 6 million people – just under 60 percent of the country’s population – are ...en lire plus
10/10/2018
 - Long-awaited seasonal rains are making their way across northeastern Nigeria where millions of farmers eagerly anticipate the chance to break ground. After a prolonged period of ...en lire plus
28/06/2018
 - FAO’s 2018 rainy season programme in Adamawa, Borno state and Yobe in northeastern Nigeria. FAO will deliver inputs the form of three types of kits, comprising ...en lire plus
27/06/2018
 - More than 500 host community farming families in Cox’s Bazar district, Bangladesh, will soon be able to grow new varieties of crops to eat and sell ...en lire plus
12/03/2018
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