Resilience

Resources

 - 04/11/2019
La variabilité des écosystèmes permet à la République centrafricaine de disposer d’une diversité biologique riche, composée de différents types de végétation: la forêt dense humide, les savanes, les forêts denses sèches, les steppes et les galeries forestières le long des cours d’eau. Ces zones fournissent des ressources capitales à une ...read more
 - 04/11/2019
La République centrafricaine est dotée d’immenses ressources naturelles, le pays compte environ 16 millions d’ha de terres arables ainsi que d’importantes réserves en eau propice à la production agricole et sylvopastorale. Cependant, leur exploitation a été entravée par des années de sous-investissement, de mauvaise gestion, de pillage et de conflits ...read more
 - 04/11/2019
Depuis la crise militaro-politique de 2013 en République centrafricaine, les conflits entre groupes armés ont conduit au morcellement du pays et à la détérioration du lien social entre les différentes communautés. Aux problématiques structurelles qui caractérisent le pays depuis trois décennies se sont ajoutés les effets de cette dernière crise: ...read more
 - 04/11/2019
Selon la dernière analyse du Cadre intégré de classification de la sécurité alimentaire (octobre 2018), 1,9 million de personnes en République centrafricaine sont en situation d’insécurité alimentaire aigüe, ce qui représente une augmentation par rapport à l’analyse de mars 2018. Cela montre qu’en dépit de l’assistance fournie et d’une légère ...read more
 - 05/09/2019
The resilience of communities in South Sudan has declined and continued to be eroded since the eruption of conflict in late 2013. Compounded by repeated outbreaks of violent conflict, the deterioration of the food security situation and subsequent economic shocks have negatively affected households’ coping capacities and livelihoods. Communities dependent ...read more
 - 10/07/2019
The IGAD member states are situated in a region exposed to recurrent natural shocks, political instability and characterized by internal and cross-border population displacement. Conflict is the root cause of food insecurity in South Sudan where about 6 million people were estimated to be severely food insecure in September 2017. ...read more
 - 26/10/2018
This discussion paper examines the role of farmers’ seed systems in sustaining peace, with a focus on social cohesion as a pathway to positive local collective action. It is both important and timely considering the increasing concentration of hunger and undernutrition in countries in fragile situations and those affected by ...read more
 - 28/09/2018
Crisis-affected populations – including refugees, internally displaced and the communities hosting them – often have severely constrained access to fuel and energy for cooking, heating, lighting and powering. FAO is working with partners through the Safe Access to Fuel and Energy (SAFE) initiative to address energy needs during emergencies and ...read more
 - 05/07/2018
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has a long history in implementing energy-related projects and programmes. In the 1980s and 1990s, FAO emphasized the need to ensure energy access to vulnerable populations, and implemented activities such as increasing the supply of woodfuel, improving charcoal conversion efficiency, ...read more
 - 19/06/2018
Canada is partnering with the United Nations Rome-based agencies (RBAs) – the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the World Food Programme (WFP) – to further test in the field their joint Conceptual framework for strengthening resilience for food security and nutrition. To do ...read more
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