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 - 26/11/2018
FAO and the Borno State Ministry of Environment are offering more sustainable cooking and lighting solutions to resource-poor households in the Ngala local government area (LGA). ...en lire plus
 - 28/09/2018
Crisis-affected populations – including refugees, internally displaced and the communities hosting them – often have severely constrained access to fuel and energy for cooking, heating, lighting ...en lire plus
 - 28/04/2018
The rapid massive influx of new arrivals to Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar from Myanmar after violence erupted on 25 August 2017 increased competition over scarce resources. The ...en lire plus
 - 05/03/2018
Since 25 August 2017, 671 000 Rohingya refugees escaping violence in Myanmar have sought protection in Cox’s Bazar district, Bangladesh, increasing the area’s refugee population to ...en lire plus
 - 05/01/2018
An inter-agency seminar, co-hosted by FAO and COOPI FAO Headquarters, Rome, German Room C-269 18 January 2018 Introduction The importance of energy access for affected populations in the context of ...en lire plus
 - 18/12/2017
The number of people displaced by conflict, violence and disasters has risen to more than 65 million, compared with 37.5 million a decade ago. Many of ...en lire plus
 - 22/11/2017
Since 25 August 2017, more than 621 000 Rohingya refugees escaping violence have crossed from Rakhine State, Myanmar into camps and makeshift settlements in Cox’s Bazar, ...en lire plus
 - 16/11/2017
More than 830 000 Rohingya refugees are sheltering in Bangladesh, having escaped violence and persecution in Myanmar. This includes more than 618 000 people, the vast ...en lire plus
 - 08/09/2017
More than a third of the world's population relies on traditional fuels—wood, coal, animal dung, and agricultural waste—for their energy needs, including cooking their meals, heating their ...en lire plus
 - 30/08/2017
More than a third of the world's population relies on traditional fuels—wood, coal, animal dung, and agricultural waste—for their energy needs, including cooking their meals, heating ...en lire plus
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