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The drought emergency in Somalia has reached a critical point, and risks spiralling out of...
In the wake of the multiple droughts that hit the Horn of Africa over the...
PRESS RELEASE A Fisheries Project Along Somalia’s Coast to Help Fight Piracy and Improve Livelihoods Mogadishu, November...
Mogadishu, Somalia - October 16th marks World Food Day, an opportunity for people around the world to...

Could growing cassava and sweet potato help Somali families become more resilient to drought?

SELELE, Uganda - Amina Shale, a Somali farmer, says worsening droughts and ever more unpredictable weather are making getting a crop ever harder.

"It can take a whole...

Berenika Stefanska
14 September 2016

FAO mourns the loss of its dear colleague and friend.

Berenika Stefanska, FAO Communications Expert, has passed away at the age of 33.

On Thursday 8th September 2016, Stefanska was involved in a tragic plane accident in Kenya which resulted in her...

Mogadishu, Somalia - In Somalia, up to 931,000 people remain in “crisis” and 22,000 more in “emergency”. In total 4.7 million people, 38 percent of the population, are acutely food insecure and struggling to meet their minimum daily food needs. Households...

FAO scales up support for country's leading foreign earner.

Export of live animals to Gulf nations continued to be Somalia's leading foreign exchange earner in 2015, registering steady annual growth with a 6 percent increase, according to latest data by the...

Mombasa, Kenya 25 fish-aggregating devices (FADs) will create new fishing opportunities, boosting incomes, food security, and nutrition

Somalia’s small-scale artisanal fishermen will be catching more fish in the coming years as the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization moves to deploy 25...

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