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 - The Crisis Management Centre - Animal Health (CMC-AH) is a primary facility of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) for animal disease ...en lire plus
17/10/2011
 - A year after the devastating monsoon floods of 2010, Pakistan has been hit once again with heavy rains and severe flooding. So far, over 5.2 million people have ...en lire plus
05/10/2011
 - Producing enough food and income remain major challenges for Indonesians affected by the tsunami and earthquakes of 2004 and 2005. An FAO project funded by the European ...en lire plus
23/09/2011
 - An aggressive plant disease wiped out much of the cassava crop in the Great Lakes region of Africa, where cassava is a major source of food. ...en lire plus
23/09/2011
 - In Haiti, "eating bleach" means the hunger pains brought on by high food prices. FAO is supporting national initiatives, such as urban farming, to boost local ...en lire plus
01/08/2011
 - The 2010 floods in Pakistan were one of the most devastating natural disasters of our times - a slow motion tsunami - affecting more than 20 ...en lire plus
19/07/2011
 - Estos proyectos de agricultura urbana se pusieron en marcha tras el terremoto del 12 de enero 2010 en los campamentos de desplazados, priorizando los campamentos estructurados, ...en lire plus
10/07/2011
 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in Uganda is supporting pastoral and agro-pastoral communities in the Karamoja region to diversify their livelihoods, ...en lire plus
16/06/2011
 - With financial support from the European Commission, FAO implemented the Agricultural Livelihood Recovery Project in Northern Uganda to enhance agricultural productivity, rehabilitate rural based infrastructure to ...en lire plus
16/06/2011
 - European Commission - Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection (ECHO) support to Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) towards revamping agricultural production in northern ...en lire plus
14/06/2011
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