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 - 21/02/2020
Some 6.2 million Somalis were acutely food insecure through the end of 2017, up from 5 million in late 2016. Over the past year, Somalia’s nutrition ...en lire plus
 - 20/02/2020
The worst desert locust crisis in 25 years is underway in Ethiopia, where around 90 000 ha of cropland and pasture are already reported to have ...en lire plus
 - 20/02/2020
Some 6.5 million people in South Sudan - more than half of the population - could be in severe acute food insecurity at the height of ...en lire plus
 - 29/01/2020
This seventh FAO/WFP update to the UNSC covers five countries (Afghanistan, the Central African Republic, Haiti, Somalia and South Sudan) and two regions (the Lake Chad ...en lire plus
 - 27/01/2020
Key messages An estimated 47 percent of the population of South Sudan is suffering from acute food insecurity immediately after the harvest period, a situation driven by ...en lire plus
 - 13/01/2020
“I am a farmer, and agriculture is my life. One of my biggest challenges was access to water. I grow carrots, potatoes, radish, watercress, onion, parsley, ...en lire plus
 - 09/01/2020
Yemen is predominantly a rural country, with close to 70 percent of its population living outside urban areas. Irrigated agriculture is the primary source of food, ...en lire plus
 - 08/01/2020
Protecting livelihoods by providing emergency agricultural assistance from the onset of a crisis is crucial to save lives, while enabling people to produce food and earn ...en lire plus
 - 02/01/2020
In light of recent food security analyses that indicate a growing number of people at risk of food insecurity in northeastern Nigeria, FAO is supporting vulnerable ...en lire plus
 - 30/12/2019
Key points Conflict continues to drive hunger in Yemen. It is threatening agricultural livelihoods, destroying assets, limiting income opportunities stimulating displacement and weakening purchasing power. A total of ...en lire plus
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