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 - 11/03/2019
The main types of energy resources in northeastern Nigeria are firewood and charcoal. When using inefficient energy technologies, such as open fires, the demand for these energy resources is high. ...leer más
 - 19/02/2019
In response to the overwhelming recovery needs of livestock-based households in Nigeria, FAO is collaborating with the European Union to reestablish livelihoods in the sector. To achieve this aim, 150 ...leer más
 - 13/02/2019
Youth in Borno – Nigeria’s worst affected northeastern state – have had their livelihoods uprooted due to a decade-long crisis. In response to the overwhelming recovery needs of livestock-based households ...leer más
 - 11/12/2018
Key messages The latest Cadre Harmonisé analysis (November 2018) indicates that 1.7 million people currently face food insecurity in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states (October–December 2018) – a slight decrease compared ...leer más
 - 26/11/2018
FAO and the Borno State Ministry of Environment are offering more sustainable cooking and lighting solutions to resource-poor households in the Ngala local government area (LGA). On 22 November 2018, ...leer más
 - 17/11/2018
For many smallholder farmers in northeastern Nigeria, food production typically halts or slows during the dry season ranging October to April. To spur cultivation during this critical period – ensuring ...leer más
 - 18/10/2018
Key messages Northeastern Nigerian farmers have begun harvesting cereal, vegetable and cash crops (cowpea, groundnut and sesame), following the provision of seed and fertilizer to 112 500 households (790 000 people) ...leer más
 - 11/09/2018
The Kanyi, a local name for Sahel breed of goat, admired for its delicate legs and striking hair often reddish brown, has long been the dominant breed among the women ...leer más
 - 05/09/2018
Key messages From June to August 2018, FAO bolstered the food production capacity of households in northeastern Nigeria through the provision of seed and fertilizer to about 112 500 households (790 ...leer más
 - 31/07/2018
Key messages FAO is mid-way into its rainy season programme to bolster the food production of 150 000 targeted farming families (1 050 000 people) in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe, thereby ...leer más