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 - 23/03/2020
Key points Increased violence in bordering regions with Burkina Faso, Mali and Nigeria, and intercommunal conflict have caused an unprecedented humanitarian crisis in the Niger along with higher levels of food insecurity and malnutrition. Poor distribution of rains, delayed rains and absence of rains, depending on the area, have resulted in an ...read more
 - 05/03/2020
The joint FAO/UNICEF/WFP integrated resilience programme will build on the comparative advantages of each of the three agencies to provide targeted beneficiaries in the Democratic Republic of the Congo with multisectoral assistance, as follows: FAO will support the livelihoods of vulnerable smallholder farmers – organized into farmers’ groups – through increased ...read more
 - 05/03/2020
The joint FAO/UNICEF/WFP integrated resilience programme will build on the comparative advantages of each of the three agencies to provide targeted beneficiaries in the Democratic Republic of the Congo with multisectoral assistance, as follows: FAO will support the livelihoods of vulnerable smallholder farmers – organized into farmers’ groups – through increased ...read more
 - 26/02/2020
La crise humanitaire au Burkina Faso continue de se détériorer, notamment en raison de l’aggravation de l’insécurité, qui engendre des déplacements massifs de population. La présence de PDI, notamment dans les régions du Centre-Nord, de la Boucle du Mouhoun, de l’Est, du Sahel et du Nord, exacerbe les vulnérabilités des ...read more
 - 03/12/2019
This is the third in a series of three briefing papers that form part of the Mind the gap – Bridging the research, practice and policy divide to enhance livelihood resilience in conflict settings project, a collaboration between FAO and the Feinstein International Center, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and ...read more
 - 03/12/2019
This briefing paper accompanies a report that examines the parallel but separate trajectories of peace-building, recovery and transformation over the past 15 years in northern (Acholi and Lango subregions) and northeastern (Karamoja) Uganda. Parallels between these areas include a history of marginalization from the central state, underdevelopment and endemic poverty, ...read more
 - 13/11/2019
This paper examines the parallel but separate trajectories of peace-building, recovery and transformation that have occurred over the past 15 years in northern (Acholi and Lango sub-regions) and northeastern (Karamoja sub-region) Uganda. While keeping in mind the key differences in these areas, we highlight the similarities in the nature of ...read more
 - 04/11/2019
Avec environ 16 millions d’ha de pâturage, largement sous exploités, presque autant de terres cultivables et un réseau hydrographique dense et présent sur tout le territoire national, la République centrafricaine constitue une zone clé pour la survie du bétail en Afrique centrale. Toutefois, la crise militaro-politique que traverse le pays ...read more
 - 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
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