FAO project helps seaweed farmers regain livelihoods after Typhoon
Charcoal smokers introduced by the South-South Cooperation programme have improved women’s income in the Edeha fish market.
FAO project supports over 2,700 farmers stand on their feet after severe floods wash away their fields.
By supporting backyard poultry production in Rural Damascus and Homs, FAO facilitates access to fresh, nutrient–rich foods at household level.
The project has enabled women’s groups to access irrigable and fertile land and farm it in their own names.
In addition to boosting income, farmers who maintain GIAHS can leverage increased recognition to safeguard their way of life.