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 - 02/04/2020
Uganda is currently hosting over 1.3 million refugees making it the largest refugee host country in Africa. The inflow of refugees is reported to have exacerbated ...en lire plus
 - 02/04/2020
This report summarizes the main findings and recommendations of the assessment, updated to reflect the most recent (April 2019) refugee population figures. These are expected to ...en lire plus
 - 28/10/2019
After a year of severe drought, one of the worst flooding in recent years struck Afghanistan in 2019, affecting farmers, destroying their livestock and spoiling agricultural ...en lire plus
 - 15/03/2018
The Impact of Disasters on Agriculture and Food Security 2015 showed that a staggering 22 percent of total damage and loss from natural disasters in developing ...en lire plus
 - 04/10/2017
Beginning on September 8, 2017, Hurricane Irma tore through the Caribbean, leaving a trail of destruction and devastation. Among the most affected nations: Cuba, Antigua and ...en lire plus
 - 11/09/2017
The agriculture sector is vital to Iraq’s economy and has been the second largest contributor to the country’s gross domestic product (GDP). The Islamic State of ...en lire plus
 - 03/04/2017
Fighting in Syria has caused huge damage and losses to agricultural production, but the sector can and should be kick-started now, dramatically reducing the need for ...en lire plus
 - 03/04/2017
Today, food production is at a record low and around half the population remaining in Syria are unable to meet their daily food needs. Against this ...en lire plus
 - 03/04/2017
Despite six years of crisis in Syria, agriculture remains a key part of the economy. The sector still accounts for an estimated 26 percent of gross ...en lire plus
 - 23/12/2016
Key points The various post-disaster assessments conducted by FAO, WFP and the National Commission on Food Security (CNSA) indicate that local production and livelihoods were strongly affected ...en lire plus
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