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 - 15/11/2018
The threat of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) infection is present in Mali and Senegal. To prepare for the emergence of potential HPAI outbreaks, FAO’s Emergency ...en lire plus
 - 18/10/2018
Key messages Northeastern Nigerian farmers have begun harvesting cereal, vegetable and cash crops (cowpea, groundnut and sesame), following the provision of seed and fertilizer to 112 500 ...en lire plus
 - 16/10/2018
The Sahel region faces severe drought and desertification. Often, women have to walk 10 kilometers for water. FAO’s “One million cisterns for the Sahel” project helps ...en lire plus
 - 16/10/2018
Like many farmers in Senegal, Guilé Mané used to struggle through the dry season. Rainfall in Senegal can be very low and irregular, even in the ...en lire plus
 - 08/10/2018
The FAWRisk-Map incorporates diverse socio-economic and agro-ecological data so that responders can visualise where the underlying risk of household food insecurity due to Fall Armyworm is ...en lire plus
 - 15/09/2018
The FAWRisk-Map incorporates diverse socio-economic and agro-ecological data so that responders can visualise where the underlying risk of household food insecurity due to Fall Armyworm is ...en lire plus
 - 11/09/2018
The Kanyi, a local name for Sahel breed of goat, admired for its delicate legs and striking hair often reddish brown, has long been the dominant ...en lire plus
 - 05/09/2018
Key messages From June to August 2018, FAO bolstered the food production capacity of households in northeastern Nigeria through the provision of seed and fertilizer to about ...en lire plus
 - 02/08/2018
Humanitarian actors supporting conflict-affected communities in northeastern Nigeria recently completed a three-day workshop on improving coordination and accountability for enhanced nutrition among crisis-affected populations in the Region.  Supported by ...en lire plus
 - 31/07/2018
Key messages FAO is mid-way into its rainy season programme to bolster the food production of 150 000 targeted farming families (1 050 000 people) in Adamawa, ...en lire plus