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 - 16/11/2017
With the main farming season coming to a close in northeastern Nigeria, over 66 000 people affected by conflict are harvesting food – many for the ...en lire plus
 - 14/11/2017
Before the Syrian crisis started in 2011, agriculture was a major part of the country’s economy, employing nearly half the population. More often than not, it ...en lire plus
 - 28/07/2017
FAO intervention in Syria for the Cereal campaign 2016-2017.
 - 28/06/2017
4.7 million people are struggling to feed themselves in northeastern Nigeria due to years of conflict. Ahead of the planting season, FAO is providing families with ...en lire plus
 - 20/06/2017
To respond to the current food and livelihoods crisis in northeast Nigeria, FAO is implementing an extensive programme targeting 141 000 households – including women-headed households, ...en lire plus
 - 16/03/2017
Key points The number of people food insecure in the hardest-hit areas has decreased from 1 million to 400 000 people, according to the latest Emergency Food ...en lire plus
 - 14/03/2017
Six months after the destructive floods that destroyed planted rice paddy, villagers from Shwe Hlay in Magway Region in Myanmar’s Dry Zone are now able to ...en lire plus
 - 07/02/2017
Relative to the rest of Myanmar, Rakhine State not only has the highest level of poverty in the country but also suffers from excessive rates of malnutrition. Almost ...en lire plus
 - 07/02/2017
With funding from the Government of Japan, FAO is providing emergency livelihood support, that will allow for recovery of over 50 000 agriculture-dependent people in conflict ...en lire plus
 - 30/01/2017
U Maung Chay, a 48-year-old farmer and father of six, lives in one of the poorest, conflict-prone areas of Myanmar - Rakhine State. He is a ...en lire plus
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