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 - 17/05/2015
Key findings This brochure presents the preliminary findings of a study of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on the impact of natural hazards and disasters on the agriculture sector and subsectors in developing countries. The core findings of the study are: The agriculture sector – including crops, ...read more
 - 27/04/2015
Unsafe food causes considerable morbidity and mortality. More than 200 diseases are spread through food contaminated with bacteria, viruses, parasites, natural toxins, pesticides, and chemical or radioactive substances. It is crucial to detect and prevent spread of food safety hazards early. This is why FAO is supporting East African ...read more
 - 23/04/2015
A Conceptual Framework for Collaboration and Partnership among the Rome-based Agencies This paper presents a simple conceptual framework to inform the understanding, scope and modalities for the Rome-based Agencies (RBAs) to support the resilience of food-insecure people in relation to shocks that affect their livelihoods and food systems. The framework provides ...read more
 - 09/04/2015
FAO and Uganda have a long history of cooperation. The Organization’s technical assistance in the country began as early as 1959 in the areas of aquaculture development and livestock disease control. Cooperation has increased since the opening of FAO’s representation in 1981, with interventions comprising national policy and programme formulation, ...read more
 - 08/04/2015
Peste des petits ruminants (PPR) is a highly contagious disease of sheep and goats caused by a Morbillivirus closely related to rinderpest virus and is considered to be one of the most damaging livestock diseases in Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Bearing in mind the strong negative impact that ...read more
 - 01/04/2015
Peste des petits ruminants (PPR), a highly contagious viral disease affecting sheep and goats, causes a staggering USD 1.45 billion to USD 2.1 billion in losses each year. Since it was first identified in Côte d’Ivoire in 1942, PPR has spread to around 70 countries in Africa, the Middle East ...read more
 - 30/03/2015
Agriculture at increasing risk Agriculture is a source of livelihood for over 35 percent of the world’s population. Natural hazards and disasters – such as floods, drought, storms, earthquakes, landsides, tsunamis or wildfire – disproportionately affect the small-scale farmers, herders, fishers and forest dependent communities who generate over half of the ...read more
 - 20/03/2015
The increase in emergence of new pathogens and spread of transboundary animal diseases (TADs) in countries around the worldposes a serious and continuing menace to livestock production, food security and the entire food chain. TADs can have significant negative impact on the economy, trade, food security and food safety of countries. ...read more
 - 19/02/2015
An ongoing locust plague is threatening the livelihoods and food security of 13 million people in Madagascar. To address this major issue, the Ministry of Agriculture of Madagascar and FAO developed a “Three-year emergency Programme in response to the locust plague” comprising three successive locust campaigns (2013–2016).
 - 11/02/2015
The Desert Locust (Schistocerca gregaria) is considered the most dangerous of all migratory pest species in the world. It threatens people’s livelihoods, food security, the environment and economic development. It can easily affect more than 65 of the world’s poorest countries. It can reproduce rapidly, migrate long distances and devastate crops ...read more