La resiliencia

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 - 04/04/2012
FAO is racing against time to carry out vaccinations to remove the diseases endemic to South Sudan that threaten the herds. In Hiyala ‘payam’, a small district in South Sudan, ...leer más
 - 04/04/2012
Nearly 5 million people in South Sudan will face significant pressure on their food security in 2012, and one million of them may not have enough to eat, according to ...leer más
 - 07/03/2012
Fighting between the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the Sudanese People's Liberation Army-North (SPLA-N) is ongoing in Sudan's Blue Nile state, which borders South Sudan. Insecurity along the border has ...leer más
 - 05/03/2012
FAO recognizes that animals such as camels, cattle, goats and sheep are vital livelihood assets for many people in Darfur. To protect these assets, FAO conducts livestock vaccination and treatment ...leer más
 - 01/03/2012
In this document: Crop Subsector Project Profiles Fisheries/Aquaculture Subsector Project Profiles Livestock Project Profiles Forestry Subsector Project Profiles
 - 20/02/2012
The project "Recovery of livestock and emergency support to small farmers affected by the Puyehue eruption in Argentine´s provinces Rio Negro and Neuquen", run by FAO in the context of ...leer más
 - 01/02/2012
FAO recognizes that the structural solution to hunger lies in improving agricultural productivity in countries prone to food shortages. In Sudan, FAO helps farmers, herders, fishers and other vulnerable groups ...leer más
 - 10/06/2011
Maasai elders in Kenya are among those who have seen, first-hand, the devastation caused by rinderpest, or cattle plague. For millennia, the virus was a threat to animal health and ...leer más
 - 26/05/2011
Juan Lubroth is FAO's Chief Veterinary Officer.
 - 21/11/2010
Throughout history, rinderpest regularly devastated buffalo and cattle herds in Asia and Europe and occasionally caused havoc in North Africa.