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 - 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
 - 21/10/2019
Awok Kuel Ngong, a 41-year-old refugee, lives with her husband and three children on a farm in Sudan’s Ailiet locality. She was a victim of armed ...en lire plus
 - 20/08/2019
Although cholera is endemic in Yemen, the last few years has seen infections spike to a scale not witnessed in living memory. Lack of maintenance of water ...en lire plus
 - 17/01/2019
Efficient and sustainable management of water resources is a priority to improve the resilience of vulnerable communities. The “1 million cisterns for the Sahel” initiative promotes ...en lire plus
 - 16/10/2018
The Sahel region faces severe drought and desertification. Often, women have to walk 10 kilometers for water. FAO’s “One million cisterns for the Sahel” project helps ...en lire plus
 - 16/10/2018
Like many farmers in Senegal, Guilé Mané used to struggle through the dry season. Rainfall in Senegal can be very low and irregular, even in the ...en lire plus
 - 01/10/2018
There is a strong imperative to rebuild Iraq’s agriculture sector as it is a major provider of employment and income in rural and peri-urban areas. This ...en lire plus
 - 30/08/2018
Fragility has become the reality in several countries of the Middle East and North Africa. Armed conflict and forced displacement are taking an enormous toll on human lives, ...en lire plus
 - 30/08/2018
Yemen faces the worst humanitarian crisis in the world. The country has become increasingly unstable since the conflict escalated dramatically in mid-March 2015, severely disrupting the economy, including the ...en lire plus
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