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 - 21/09/2016
In Northeast Nigeria, 3,000 households (about 24 000 people) are benefitting from FAO assistance to engage in vegetable production (rain fed and irrigated cropping) and marketing, ...en lire plus
 - 12/07/2016
“We, the women of the Bekaa, love being productive and cannot stay idle,” says Fayze, a Lebanese widow and mother of five who has recently initiated ...en lire plus
 - 26/05/2016
The combined effects of long-term conflict and the economic crisis have left South Sudan facing large-scale market dysfunction. As a result, the availability of food – ...en lire plus
 - 25/02/2016
In the framework of its support to Ebola recovery, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) donated a 45 KVA generator worth USD ...en lire plus
 - 24/09/2015
Thirty women groups attached to the Koinadugu Women Vegetable Farmers’ Cooperative benefited from high quality vegetable seeds of different varieties with support from FAO to enhance ...en lire plus
 - 16/06/2015
With his hands full of tomatoes, Atiang Lual Yel took a break from his farm work to meet with a team from FAO South Sudan and ...en lire plus
 - 25/05/2015
The two recent earthquakes in Nepal have had a major impact on food security and agricultural livelihoods. Around two-thirds of Nepalese depend on agriculture for their ...en lire plus
 - 31/12/2014
In September 2014, despite the ongoing crisis in South Sudan, two young entrepreneurs turned ideas into action by opening “Omega” the country’s first farm-to-table restaurant. Omega ...en lire plus
 - 30/12/2014
There was a dearth of good news from South Sudan in 2014. We can end the year on one good note, however. In September 2014, despite ...en lire plus
 - 26/11/2014
Through FAO’s voucher programme, women farmers in Zimbabwe – often the most vulnerable households – were able to start vegetable farming as a business, giving them ...en lire plus
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