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Crop Prospects and Food Situation Details
Foodcrops and Shortages, and Food Supply Situation and Crop Prospects in sub-Saharan Africa, will henceforth be consolidated into a new publication, Crop Prospects and Food Situation, which will be issued in four languages and print as well as electronic format, six times per year. In addition to a ...
 
EC-FAO Food Security Information for Action Programme Details
The programme aims at enhancing national capacity to use food security information for more effective anti-hunger policies and programmes. The website provides access to a series of Food Security E-learning Courses, tools, publications and much more.
 
FAO and Emergencies Details
A comprehensive resource to FAO's work in emergency situations.
 
Food Security in Complex Emergencies Details
The Food Security and Complex Emergencies information portal is a comprehensive online database that focuses on various aspects of emergencies as they relate to food security. This multilingual site presents information from reliable data sources, including FAO, in a variety of formats to meet the ...
 
Global Information and Early Warning System on Food and Agriculture - GIEWS - Special Reports and Alerts Home Page Details
These short reports describe the food supply and agricultural situation in countries or sub-regions experiencing particular food supply difficulties. They also alert the international community on measures to be taken. They are often the result of rapid evaluation missions.
 
Tsunami reconstruction - Helping rural people rebuild their lives Details
Millions of farmers and fisher folk in coastal areas have been affected by the tsunami disaster.
In addition to the human tragedy, the tsunami waves destroyed the livelihoods and economic basis of many communities. Fisheries and coastal aquaculture were most seriously hit by the disaster. Fisher ...
 
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