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 - 28/04/2015
The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization warned that the maize harvest in Southern Africa is expected to shrink this year by approximately 26 per cent compared ...en lire plus
 - 26/02/2015
“My house has been flooded. I couldn’t take anything out of the house. My pots, my clothes and blankets, everything disappeared with the water” says Admira ...en lire plus
 - 19/02/2015
The humanitarian community in Mozambique, launched a $30.1 million response and recovery proposal, to address the needs of over 160,000 flood-affected people in hard-hit Zambézia Province ...en lire plus
 - 28/11/2014
A US$4 million project to strengthen controls of food security threats and better manage plant and animal pests and diseases in the Southern African region was ...en lire plus
 - 03/06/2013
Around 50 representatives from participating countries and partners, including the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP), gathered ...en lire plus
 - 20/07/2012
Le chef de la FAO s’adresse à Maputo au Sommet des pays de langue portugaise - Les pays de langue portugaise ont trouvé la bonne voie pour ...en lire plus
 - 29/12/2011
La FAO et l’Union européenne consolident le secteur semencier du Mozambique - La FAO a aidé le Mozambique à intensifier sa production de semences de qualité ...en lire plus
 - 01/12/2011
Agro-forestry in South-eastern Madagascar The South-eastern region of Madagascar, where most families (80% of the population) depend on agriculture, is regularly affected by floods and cyclones, causing ...en lire plus
 - 01/11/2011
FAO and CARE co-host Regional DRR and FS/DRR Workshop FAO and CARE joined hands in organizing the second DIPECHO/ECHO threeday regional workshop on “Experiencebased Disaster Risk Reduction ...en lire plus
 - 01/09/2011
GOAL Malawi: Experiences and Lessons Learned in Food Security and Agriculture DRR In parts of Malawi, including Nsanje district in the south, 80-100% crop failure is not ...en lire plus
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