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 - About 4.6 million people are food insecure in the Sudan. Above-average harvests and good pastures by the end of 2014 helped to improve food security in much of the country, ...en lire plus
 - Before the crisis, South Sudan was already the scene of one of the world’s largest humanitarian operations – responding to structural food insecurity, large refugee populations, ...en lire plus
 - IPC map of acute food insecurity situation overview in South Sudan from 01/05 to 31/05/2014. Click on the Counties for more details.
 - On the 26th May 2014, Dr. Sue Lautze, Head of FAO in South Sudan and the UN’s Deputy Humanitarian Coordinator, visited the Greater Bahr el Ghazal ...en lire plus
 - Highlights To date, FAO has distributed 111 000 emergency livelihood kits and has scaled up distributions to ensure support reaches beneficiaries in time for the planting season ...en lire plus
 - 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
 - South Sudan is at a risk of famine unless humanitarian assistance is provided now, FAO Deputy Director-General for Operations Dan Gustafson told a humanitarian pledging conference for ...en lire plus
 - On 15 May 2014 over 200 goats were vaccinated against PPR (Peste des Petit Ruminants) in Torit town, Eastern Equatoria state. The PPR vaccines are included ...en lire plus
 - FAO distributions are ongoing in South Sudan in support of food insecure communities who have been severely affected by the conflict that broke out in December ...en lire plus
 - South Sudan is facing one of the worst food crises in recent history with experts predicting some parts of the country could face famine by next ...en lire plus
 - FAO says currently there are 3.3-million food insecure people in Sudan. That figure is expected to rise by 700,000 due to a lack of availability and ...en lire plus