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 - 20/12/2017
Highlights 17.8 million people are food insecure, compared to 17 million in the first quarter of the year. A staggering 8.4 million of whom are at risk ...en lire plus
 - 04/12/2017
Highlights Despite the recent main season harvests, almost 5 million people in South Sudan face severe food insecurity between October and December 2017, according to the results ...en lire plus
 - 04/12/2017
Key messages Rural livelihoods are people’s best defence against famine. Interventions that reinforce rural livelihoods meet immediate food needs, mitigate displacement pressures, reduce the overall humanitarian burden ...en lire plus
 - 25/11/2017
Key messages Some 6.5 million people are food insecure and a further 4 million are at risk – twice as many as last year – due to ...en lire plus
 - 04/11/2017
Highlights 17 million people are food insecure, a staggering seven million of whom are at risk of famine. Acute food insecurity is expected to deteriorate further without continued, ...en lire plus
 - 03/11/2017
Highlights With 2 million people food insecure, ongoing military conflicts, and winter approaching, the plight of millions of Iraqis, many of whom depend on agriculture for their ...en lire plus
 - 01/11/2017
Key messages To help alleviate food insecurity in the northeastern Nigeria states of Adamawa, Borno and Yobe, for the 2017 rainy season FAO provided 138 801 households ...en lire plus
 - 11/10/2017
Key points Insecurity in the Central African Republic has worsened. Clashes among various armed groups continue, particularly affecting the southeastern and northwestern areas, caused additional population displacements ...en lire plus
 - 07/09/2017
Highlights The ongoing lean season is contributing to a deterioration in food insecurity in northeastern Nigeria – in the three most affected states, the number of food ...en lire plus
 - 30/08/2017
Highlights Consecutive seasons of poor rainfall in southern and southeastern pastoral areas have driven increasing humanitarian needs. At USD 1.25 billion, Ethiopia’s Midyear Review of the 2017 HRD ...en lire plus