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 - 27/06/2018
FAO’s 2018 rainy season programme in Adamawa, Borno state and Yobe in northeastern Nigeria. FAO will deliver inputs the form of three types of kits, comprising ...en lire plus
 - 06/05/2018
Displaced farming families are gradually returning to their homes after the five-month-long armed clashes in the Philippine’s Islamic city of Marawi. The fighting between government forces ...en lire plus
 - 26/04/2018
Millions of people rely on the Sahel’s drylands, whose livelihoods depend on livestock production. However, comparably lower investments were recently made towards people in these areas ...en lire plus
 - 03/04/2018
The Sudan is one of the driest countries in Africa, where 70 percent of the rural population relies on subsistence agriculture for their livelihoods, and rainfall ...en lire plus
 - 28/03/2018
Aisa ya Maida, who lost her husband during an attack on her home in Magumeri, a Local Government Authority (LGA) in Borno State, fled to Mashumari ...en lire plus
 - 24/03/2018
Over the past years, the population of southern Madagascar has experienced a dramatic reduction in crop production. This was mainly the result of three consecutive years ...en lire plus
 - 05/03/2018
Since 2013, the Boko Haram insurgency in northeastern Nigeria has caused a significant humanitarian crisis resulting in massive socio-economic and human losses. A total of 1.9 ...en lire plus
 - 20/02/2018
Thanks to the contribution of USD 100 000 from the Government of the Kingdom of Belgium to FAO’s Special Fund for Emergency and Rehabilitation ‒ Agricultural ...en lire plus
 - 03/02/2018
In August 2017, unprecedented flooding affected over 8 million people across 32 districts of Bangladesh, damaging nearly 620 000 houses and causing the death of 145 ...en lire plus
 - 26/01/2018
Over the summer of 2017, Mongolia experienced a prolonged drought, affecting 80 percent of key agricultural areas and pastoral rangelands. As a result, the country suffered ...en lire plus
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