FAO in South Sudan

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20 February 2020
Food security worsened significantly in areas hit by last year’s floods Some 6.5 million people in South Sudan – more than half of the population - could be in acute food insecurity at the height of this hunger season (May-July), three United Nations agencies warned today. The situation is particularly worrying in...
18 February 2020
JUBA - The Ministers of the Republic of Sudan and the Republic of South Sudan signed today a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to safeguard animal health and sanitary measures in the two countries’cross-border areas. The Sudanese Minister of Animal Resources and Fisheries Alameldin Abdullah Absher Abdullar and South Sudanese Minister of...
10 February 2020
On Sunday 2 February 2020 pastoralist communities of the Dinka Malual of South Sudan and the Rezigat of Sudan concluded the two-day 9th Pre-Migration Peace Conference in Nyamlel, a few kilometres away from the border with Sudan. The leaders of the two communities signed an agreement that officially sets the...
07 February 2020
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has launched the Fisher Communities Resilience Enhancement Project to support fisher communities in South Sudan to effectively exploit the fisheries sector towards commercialization and economic resilience. The project, funded by the Kingdom of the Netherlands, will focus on building capacities...
14 January 2020
Thanks to the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Food and Agriculture of the United Nations (FAO) organized a two-day livestock show and agricultural exhibition in Torit to promote animal production and food security. The event that was held in Torit from 14 and 15 January brought together...
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