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 - 04/05/2018
Nur Bahar and her two children spent 11 days crossing hills and river in Myanmar before they reached the border with Bangladesh. Her husband died 10 years ago from a ...leer más
 - 16/04/2018
Through the promotion of micro-gardening practices, distribution of food storage drums and implementation of farmer field schools in Bangladesh, FAO, together with IOM, are expanding Rohingya refugees and host communities' ...leer más
 - 12/03/2018
More than 500 host community farming families in Cox’s Bazar district, Bangladesh, will soon be able to grow new varieties of crops to eat and sell thanks to agricultural machinery ...leer más
 - 08/03/2018
In the fourth quarter of the emergency drought response and recovery project for Somalia, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has continued to improve the food ...leer más
 - 05/03/2018
Since 2013, the Boko Haram insurgency in northeastern Nigeria has caused a significant humanitarian crisis resulting in massive socio-economic and human losses. A total of 1.9 million people fled their ...leer más
 - 23/02/2018
Almost 230 000 people who were facing emergency and crisis levels of food insecurity in the first half of 2017 were able to secure a good harvest despite ongoing drought. ...leer más
 - 12/02/2018
With 4.1 million people displaced, the Democratic Republic of the Congo faced Africa’s most severe internal displacement crisis – more than 75 percent are women and children. Violence and intercommunal ...leer más
 - 08/02/2018
After receiving crop and vegetable seeds and fertilizer, 1 million people in northeastern Nigeria’s Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states produced enough food to last well into 2018. With FAO’s support, ...leer más
 - 16/11/2017
With the main farming season coming to a close in northeastern Nigeria, over 66 000 people affected by conflict are harvesting food – many for the first time in three ...leer más
 - 14/11/2017
Before the Syrian crisis started in 2011, agriculture was a major part of the country’s economy, employing nearly half the population. More often than not, it was also a family ...leer más