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 - 18/09/2019
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is providing immediate livestock protection to drought-affected pastoral and agro-pastoral communities in Ethiopia. Funded by the United Nations Central Emergency Response ...leer más
 - 11/09/2019
The regional animal feed action plan was formulated through a consultative and participatory process building on experiences and lessons learnt by wide spectrum of key stakeholders in public and private ...leer más
 - 04/06/2019
On 29 May 2019, H.E. Nikolaj Hejberg, Danish Ambassador to Afghanistan, and Mr. Johnny Almestad, Norwegian Minister Counsellor to Afghanistan joined Rajendra Aryal, FAO Country Representative for the ceremonial handover ...leer más
 - 04/06/2019
The signs of the 2018 drought were evident across various provinces in Afghanistan. Communities who rely on their livestock bear the brunt of the suffering. In rural areas, livestock is ...leer más
 - 28/05/2019
An animal feed testing laboratory was recently built within the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock’s General Directorate of Animal Health and Livestock. With the support of the Food and ...leer más
 - 28/02/2019
Livestock production and productivity are very low in Ethiopia. One of the major constraints being the poor quality and inadequate quantity of feed available. Given that grazing land is decreasing ...leer más
 - 28/11/2018
Despite harsh climatic conditions, Africa’s drylands support millions of people and contribute significantly to Kenya’s national economy, primarily through livestock products. However, these same areas are currently also bearing some ...leer más
 - 27/11/2018
In the Louga region of in northern Senegal, pastoralists value FAO’s intervention that has provided 14 400 vulnerable pastoral households with a total of 1 540 tonnes of animal feed ...leer más
 - 16/11/2018
In order to protect and improve the livelihoods of vulnerable pastoralists affected by the fodder deficit in Senegal, FAO and partners reached a total of 14 400 beneficiaries through the ...leer más
 - 05/10/2018
Available evidence indicates that pastoral destitution in Ethiopia is principally driven by feed and water scarcity. Feed resources ought to be considered in the broader perspective and not predominantly during ...leer más
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