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 - 20/04/2021
The livestock sector in Yemen has been significantly affected by a conflict spanning six years, yet it is one of the remaining lifelines and income sources ...en lire plus
 - 20/04/2021
Heavy rains caused devastating flooding across the Sudan in September 2020, with the River Nile reaching water levels not seen for nearly a century. It ranks ...en lire plus
 - 16/04/2021
The war in Yemen remains one of the world’s largest humanitarian crises, with 80 percent of Yemen’s population in need of humanitarian assistance. In this context, ...en lire plus
 - 15/04/2021
Conflicts and natural disasters in Yemen severely constrain agriculture-related income, which drives farmers, particularly young men, to search for more remunerative sources of income. In response, ...en lire plus
 - 15/04/2021
FAO in Somalia is continuously finding innovative ways to respond to and mitigate the desert locust crisis. The eLocust3 app which can be connected to mobile ...en lire plus
 - 14/04/2021
Vulnerable farmers and livestock keepers and owners of the most food-insecure provinces of Afghanistan will benefit from the funding (USD 3.6 million) provided by Sweden for ...en lire plus
 - 13/04/2021
Morjina Begum is among thousands of farmers in Bangladesh who face floods and other hazards regularly. FAO is helping crop and livestock farmers like her protect ...en lire plus
 - 13/04/2021
This study documents the outcome of acting early to protect farming families in northwestern Bangladesh from impending floods. It outlines FAO’s contribution to a first-of-its-kind collaboration ...en lire plus
 - 13/04/2021
Ongoing violence in Cabo Delgado has deteriorated the food insecurity situation in northern Mozambique that has disrupted the livelihoods of more than half a million people, ...en lire plus
 - 13/04/2021
General situation during February 2021 and Forecast until mid-April 2021
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