La resiliencia

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 - 21/08/2020
Prosopis juliflora is a thorny, dominant and thirsty tree species that has invaded the main grazing areas in many countries in the Horn of Africa (HoA), posing a major threat ...leer más
 - 02/04/2020
This report summarizes the main findings and recommendations of the assessment, updated to reflect the most recent (April 2019) refugee population figures. These are expected to guide WB support to ...leer más
 - 24/02/2020
The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is the second largest country in Africa, with an estimated population of 85 million people. Despite abundant natural resources, 13.1 million people are ...leer más
 - 19/04/2019
Following attacks in the village of Rann in northeastern Nigeria in January 2019, which hosted more than 35 000 IDPs, 80 000 Nigerians fled to the Logone and Chari region in Cameroon’s ...leer más
 - 22/10/2018
The two waves of refugees from the Central African Republic has provoked one of the most severe humanitarian crises in Central Africa and in the South of Chad. The different ...leer más
 - 05/04/2018
Between 2015 and 2017, FAO worked with tribal communities in the Abyei Administrative Area to reduce the risk of resource-based conflicts and strengthen resilience through dialogue and negotiation. The area ...leer más
 - 04/01/2018
When: Tuesday 23 January 2018 14.00-15.30 CET (UTC/GMT+1) Register for the webinar here or join the event directly on 23 January here. This webinar will examine the linkages between natural resource management, ...leer más
 - 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 ...leer más
 - 08/09/2017
More than a third of the world's population relies on traditional fuels—wood, coal, animal dung, and agricultural waste—for their energy needs, including cooking their meals, heating their homes, and lighting their ...leer más
 - 30/08/2017
More than a third of the world's population relies on traditional fuels—wood, coal, animal dung, and agricultural waste—for their energy needs, including cooking their meals, heating their homes, and lighting ...leer más
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