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29/01/2020 - Today, the Government of Rwanda and One UN in Rwanda have launched a new project aimed to support Rwanda’s efforts towards ending poverty in all its forms and reduce malnutrition. The 2 year programme “Accelerating Integrated Policy Interventions to Promote Social Protection in Rwanda” will target the most vulnerable households...
At an international conference held in Freetown from 21 to 23 January, FAO laid out the case for investing in social protection programmes and promoting strong articulation between the social protection and agricultural sectors in order to reduce poverty, combat hunger and food insecurity, and promote the economic inclusion of...
With more than 120 million people worldwide dependent on fisheries and aquaculture for their livelihoods – and another 1.6 billion on forests – this article by FAO colleagues featured in a special issue of IPC Policy in Focus Magazine sheds light on the reasons why adequate social protection is considered today as...
FAO South-South Cooperation (SSC) convenes 14 countries in Kenya on linkages between Social Protection, Agriculture and Resilience | read this story online   21/11/12019 Nairobi – More than 113 million people across Africa experienced acute hunger requiring urgent food, nutrition and livelihoods assistance in 2018, according to the latest Global Report on Food...
FAO recognizes that those living in rural areas whose livelihoods depend heavily on natural resources, are disproportionately affected by climate risks because of their great likelihood of living in high-risk geographical locations as well as their high vulnerability to, and limited capacity to cope with, climate hazards due to low...
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