TZH 54 - Building resilience on Colombia's border
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La Guajira, Colombia’s northernmost region, is dry with desert landscapes. It’s prone to drought and food insecurity particularly in rural areas. In recent years, the economic crisis in neighboring Venezuela has pushed over a million migrants across the border, including 165,000 people into La Guajira. The influx of migrants has put a strain on host communities, where food is limited and natural resources scarce. That’s why in 2018, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) decided to act.

Producers & Presenters: Anais Hotin, Charlotta Lomas
7min. 10sec.
Topic(s): Animals & livestock, Climate change, Emergencies/Crises, Environment/Natural resources, Food Security, Hunger & food insecurity, Resilience, Social policies, Zero Hunger
Produced by: Charlotta Lomas, FAO
Reference: 12581