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 - On 26 December 2004, an earthquake off the west coast of Northern Sumatra led to the most destructive series of tsunamis in recorded history, killing more ...en lire plus
22/12/2014
 - In the fishing sector more than 24,000 fatalities occur worldwide every year, which corresponds to 80 lives lost per 100,000 fishermen. Fishers face increasing number of ...en lire plus
10/11/2014
 - It has been one year since Typhoon Haiyan swept through coastal and farmland areas in the central Philippines, and damage to the agricultural sectors and other ...en lire plus
07/11/2014
 - Norway has donated approximately $10 million to help FAO provide conflict-affected farmers, fishers and herders in South Sudan with critical livelihood support. Norway’s gift will allow FAO to distribute emergency livelihood ...en lire plus
15/09/2014
 - The 15-members of the cooperative in N'dress supported by FAO has invested in multiple activities. In addition to the fish farm, bananas, cassava and vegetables are ...en lire plus
25/06/2014
 - When Jérôme Saragba was shot in the throat by marauding armed men at the end of 2013, it could have been the end of a long ...en lire plus
24/06/2014
 - These Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Sustainable Small-scale Fisheries in the Context of Food Security and Poverty Eradication have been developed as a complement to the 1995 ...en lire plus
15/06/2014
 - The Fisheries and Acquaculture Emergency Response Guidance aims to help to save the lives and livelihoods of people in the fisheries and acquaculture sector who have ...en lire plus
09/06/2014
 - In Warrap State, South Sudan, fishing is a family activity for Bol Deng and his three children. Bol learned how to fish from his grandfather and ...en lire plus
03/06/2014
 - Typhoon Haiyan brought destruction to aquaculture facilities of both government and the fish farming communities in 4 regions of the country. The majority of municipalities severely ...en lire plus
15/05/2014
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