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Fish processing in Somalia
14/11/2017
Fish processing in the Banadir B camp for Internaly Displaced Persons, in Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. Under a livelihood development program spearheaded by FAO, groups of IDP women have learned ...read more
Bridging the divide
09/11/2017
Between July 2016 and June 2017, the EU’s Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace (IcSP) funded, and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) implemented, a project ...read more
Drones for Disaster Risk Reduction in the agriculture sector in Myanmar
25/05/2017
FAO in collaboration with the Myanmar Aerospace Engineering University (MAEU) organized a training for the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation (MOALI) Drone Mapping Team on application of Drones for ...read more
Supporting fisheries in Somalia
16/03/2017
The coastal community in Eyl, Somalia is beating hunger by fishing. FAO kitted their boats with ice boxes so that they can stay out at sea longer, and freezing units ...read more
The “productive transfers” approach (CASH+) in Mali and Mauritania
26/01/2017
In order to increase the resilience of vulnerable households affected by repeated shocks in the Sahel, FAO is currently experimenting the “productive transfers" approach (CASH+) in Mali and Mauritania. The ...read more
Harvest at the community garden in South Sudan
24/10/2016
Farmers and beneficiaries of the BRACE programme harvest at the community garden in Dolnoon, Aweil South, South Sudan. The "Building Resilience through Asset Creation and Enhancement" (BRACE) programme provides food ...read more
Livestock distribution in Myanmar
03/05/2016
FAO, with funding from the Central Emergency Response Fund, is providing support to boost the livelihoods of 3 300 conflict- and flood-affected households (around 18 000 individuals) in both Muslim ...read more
Strengthening resilience in the Dry Corridor in Honduras
07/04/2016
One of the areas most affected by extreme hazards, in particular natural hazards, is the Dry Corridor. Climate risks in the Dry Corridor are mainly represented by recurrent droughts, excessive ...read more
FAO’s work on Safe Access to Fuel and Energy in Kenya
19/02/2016
In July 2015, FAO carried out a mission to assess the fuel needs and associated risks and challenges faced by women in the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASALs) of Kenya. ...read more
Training of trainers in Nepal
08/01/2016
As part of the early recovery and reconstruction effort focused on helping farmers become more resilient to future crisis after the two major earthquakes which struck Nepal, FAO is conducting ...read more
Strengthening the resilience of families after the earthquakes in Nepal
21/12/2015
Immediately following the earthquakes in Nepal and many aftershocks, FAO began its emergency response to address the immediate needs of the hardest-hit farmers in the six most affected districts. Support ...read more
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