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Providing financial and in-kind support in Mali’s Kayes region

The FAO CASH+ programme boosts the livelihoods of women and vulnerable households
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Rebuilding farming livelihoods in Pakistan’s FATA

FAO supports farmers in Pakistan to rebuild their agricultural livelihoods
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Improving productivity and ensuring sustainable agricultural systems in Samoa

FAO helps Samoan farming families maintain precious ecosystems
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Supporting women entrepreneurs in providing nutrition and food safety in Ghana

FAO works with street vendors in Accra to improve hygiene and food safety conditions

Aligned with FAO’s mission to achieve food security for all, the In Action section features success stories covering the work carried out by the Organization around the world. It showcases examples of how FAO, working with national and international partners and donors, is supporting communities, families and individuals to improve their food security and livelihoods.

Stories are current and updated on a regular basis.

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30% of the world’s forests are managed by local people – smallholders, women, forest communities and indigenous peoples.
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FAO has helped lagoon communities set up 26 fishery associations and supported improvement of 9 that already existed.
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Farmers who planted their fields with quality seeds doubled their yields, which provided enough beans for more than 450 000 families.
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Micro-finance helps female farmers improve their livelihoods.
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CILSS constantly monitors the region, seeking ways to build resilience into the fragile ecosystem that provides livelihoods for millions.
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FAO supported nine Caribbean countries in building agribusiness capacities, encouraging farmers to plan before putting seed in the ground.

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