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FAO in South Sudan
In partnership with the Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries and the United States Army Civil...
The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) continues to support evidence-based response and decision making...
The number of people facing a critical lack of food in South Sudan is the...
Yesterday, the FAO Representative, Meshack Malo, opened the 24th round of the Food Security and...

FAO works closely with the Government of South Sudan to improve nutrition and eradicate hunger in the country. FAO Provides support in three priority areas described in the Country Programming Framework (CPF) 2018-2021: sustainable increase in production and productivity for food and nutrition security, support economic growth and income, increase resilience of livelihoods to threats and crisis.

 

 

 

Main goals

  • Provide rapid emergency livelihood support to the most crisis-affected and food-insecure populations;
  • Protect food production and availability in less directly affected areas; and
  • Provide critical information for all stakeholders in food security response through information, analysis and coordination.
 
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