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FAO project helps seaweed farmers regain livelihoods after Typhoon
Qualitative global nutrition indicator helps Tajikistan monitor household diets and improve national nutrition
New methodology helps improve livelihood of herders and build resilience to climate change
FAO projects help revitalize crop and livestock production and create jobs by stimulating growth
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Since 2011, FAO with the support of AusAid, USAID and WSPA has been assisting the Government of Indonesia to rapidly control the deadly rabies virus on island of Bali through an innovative strategy centered on comprehensive mass dog vaccination.
FAO’s emergency response to Typhoon Haiyan ensured that affected rice farmers could plant in time for the December/January planting season, avoiding a potentially devastating food crisis
Household income across Ethiopia rose by €38.1 million as a result of rinderpest control and eradication.
Since 1990, Zambia has lost over 13% of its forest cover, among the highest deforestation rates in the world.
In its first two years, the FAO programme supported 36 national policies, strategies and programmes in Malawi and Tanzania.

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