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 - 11/04/2013
South Sudan is a tough place to be a farmer. Traditional farming methods, little improved over decades of protracted war, can bring poor returns in a country also at risk ...leer más
 - 17/01/2013
“In 1993 I fled the war in Burundi and took my family to D.R. Congo” says Crispin Niragira, “We fled the terrible war in DRC in 1997 and went to ...leer más
 - 23/11/2012
FAO in emergencies' project in Malawi to support the use of treadle pumps in agriculture.
 - 07/10/2012
How a woman in rural Kenya is reaping the benefits of growing tomatoes using innovative irrigation technology Mrs. Mutisya keenly studies the leaves of her newly transplanted tomato crop. She has ...leer más
 - 11/08/2012
Stunting is common in southern Africa. It is estimated that in Lesotho about 40% of children under the age of five are stunted. To improve the nutritional status of the ...leer más
 - 04/07/2012
Thanks to vegetable production promoted by FAO, food availability at household level has increased in Mali, resulting in a sudden improvement in nutrition levels. Households, left vulnerable by the crises ...leer más
 - 10/01/2012
FAO’s emergency and rehabilitation work in the Sahelian belt of Chad is essential to reduce malnutrition. In collaboration with its local partners and the Government, FAO helps farmers to have ...leer más
 - 04/01/2012
An inside look at the installation and use of drip irrigation techniques for improving vegetable production in the Chad, Kanem region in the Sahel band.
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