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 - Since the crisis erupted in December 2013, FAO in South Sudan has been committed to “stay and deliver”. Although attacks on FAO offices in state capitals and deep field locations in ...en lire plus
31/12/2014
 - In September 2014, despite the ongoing crisis in South Sudan, two young entrepreneurs turned ideas into action by opening “Omega” the country’s first farm-to-table restaurant. Omega ...en lire plus
31/12/2014
 - There was a dearth of good news from South Sudan in 2014. We can end the year on one good note, however. In September 2014, despite ...en lire plus
30/12/2014
 - Cattle movement disrupted by conflict in South Sudan. There is a growing risk of disease outbreaks.
20/12/2014
 - In an effort to increase production, availability and access to food sources in states less affected by the crisis in South Sudan, FAO and partners distributed ...en lire plus
19/12/2014
 - Palek Island is a tiny village located about an hour off the western bank of the Nile near Terekeka county in Central Equatoria State. Not many ...en lire plus
17/12/2014
 - One year on from the outbreak of violence in South Sudan, the country has devolved into two worlds: the areas affected by conflict, mostly in Greater ...en lire plus
16/12/2014
 - There are over 35 million livestock in South Sudan, including 11 million cows and 25 million goats and sheep combined. Livestock is the largest form of ...en lire plus
28/11/2014
 -  Dr. Sue Lautze's, FAO Representative South Sudan, speech during World Food Day 2014 in South Sudan.
12/11/2014
 - Thirty five participants from many parts of South Sudan will complete an intensive training on “Risk Analysis of Transboundary Animal Disease” today in Rock City, Juba. ...en lire plus
06/11/2014