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 - 13/09/2018
“It was devastating. All my trees were burned within the blink of an eye,” said Jassem Kafra, 45, an olive farmer from Lattakia governorate. Jassem is one of 4 000 ...leer más
 - 10/11/2017
The persistent gap between humanitarian needs and the resources to meet them continues to grow. Multi-year financing is often presented as a key tool for improving the allocation and effectiveness ...leer más
 - 25/10/2017
Dominica’s food production requires immediate restoration as a result of widespread devastation to agriculture and fisheries caused by Hurricane Maria last month. The country suffered the most damage from the powerful ...leer más
 - 19/09/2017
FAO and WFP co-hosted an event to present the findings of the report Breaking the impasse: Reducing protracted internal displacement as a collective outcome. This report was prepared by the ...leer más
 - 28/07/2017
FAO intervention in Syria for the Cereal campaign 2016-2017.
 - 10/07/2017
Syrian refugees and host communities in Lebanon are improving their nutrition thanks to FAO. An initiative is helping households build vertical micro-gardens out of recycled materials. Families can now grow ...leer más
 - 23/02/2017
The figures of the people living in the Lake Chad Basin, the number of incidents and deaths, the displacemnt trend and the number of food insecure people.
 - 05/12/2016
Emphasizing the extent of the devastating tragedy in northeast Nigeria, today the United Nations launched an appeal for USD 1 billion to respond to the biggest humanitarian crisis in Africa. ...leer más
 - 23/11/2016
“Garden Wall” is a microgardening project implemented by FAO and funded by the OCHA managed Lebanon Humanitarian Fund (LHF).
 - 25/09/2016
Garden walls are a proven technique to grow vegetables and herbs vertically, without using any arable land. These walls are made from very cheap and readily available material such as ...leer más
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