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 - 20/02/2018
Thanks to the contribution of USD 100 000 from the Government of the Kingdom of Belgium to FAO’s Special Fund for Emergency and Rehabilitation ‒ Agricultural Inputs Response Capacity window, ...leer más
 - 19/02/2018
The world is facing unprecedented humanitarian needs and increasingly frequent large-scale natural disasters. Anticipating and mitigating crises has never been more critical. The FAO Early Warning – Early Action (EWEA) ...leer más
 - 17/02/2018
FAO launched today a comprehensive guide on the integrated pest management of Fall Armyworm on maize. Designed for Farmers Field Schools, the guide will help smallholder farmers and frontline agricultural ...leer más
 - 09/02/2018
Prolonged dry spells, erratic rainfall, high temperatures and the presence of the voracious fall armyworm have significantly dampened Southern Africa’s current agricultural season’s cereal production prospects. Early action in the ...leer más
 - 31/01/2018
FAO has taken and is taking several actions in response to Fall Armyworm: FAO projects: Since the onset of FAW, FAO has undertaken several actions to strengthen African countries’ capacities to ...leer más
 - 12/12/2017
Few would believe that less than a year ago, this part of the world was in the grip of an intense drought, driven by one of the strongest El Niño ...leer más
 - 24/10/2017
FAO has taken and is taking several actions in response to Fall Armyworm: FAO projects: Technical Cooperation Programme (TCP) projects on FAW management are ongoing in Central Africa (Sao Tomé and ...leer más
 - 16/08/2017
The occurrence of transboundary animal diseases - especially those that can be transmitted to human beings from animals - poses grave socio-economic consequences for Southern Africa. They affect food and nutrition security, ...leer más
 - 30/06/2017
FAO has taken and is taking several actions in response to FAW: A Framework for the Coordinated Management of Fall Armyworm in Africa: Based on the actions points and recommendations identified ...leer más
 - 05/06/2017
Nature of the threat and its spread in Africa FAW was first detected in Central and Western Africa in early 2016 (Sao Tome and Principe, Nigeria, Benin and Togo) and in ...leer más