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 - With abundant natural resources, South Sudan has enormous potential to overcome poverty and secure a prosperous future for its people. Agriculture, on which an estimated three-quarters ...en lire plus
 - According to normal seasonal patterns, food insecurity in South Sudan hits its peak between April and July. The severity and spread of food insecurity will depend ...en lire plus
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 - In the early weeks of the South Sudan crisis last year, thousands of families crossed state borders from Jonglei to Nimule, Eastern Equatoria State to escape ...en lire plus
 - Situation Overview The political crisis in South Sudan has resulted in massive fighting among rival military and tribal groups since December 2013. This situation has caused countrywide ...en lire plus
 - FAO South Sudan and DFID teams travelled to Nimule, Eastern Equatoria State to conduct a joint assessment mission for the FAO implemented and DFID funded project ...en lire plus
 - An investigation on livestock disease transmission was conducted in Nimule, South Sudan, in February 2015. A team of livestock experts from FAO and the Government of ...en lire plus
 - Latest situation 2.5 million people face Emergency and Crisis food insecurity between January and March 2015. Specifically, there are 3.9 million people in Phase 2 (Stressed), 1.6 ...en lire plus
 - FAO South Sudan is strengthening partners in 2015 and trained hundreds of persons before the Emergency Livelihood Response Programme (ELRP) distribution campaign starts. In 2014, FAOSS ...en lire plus
 - IPC projection map of acute food insecurity situation overview in South Sudan from 01/01 to 31/03/2015. Click on the Counties for more details.