Timeline of response against crop calendar
A $15.5 million EU-funded project aims to respond to disruptions to the agricultural sector caused by war
Nationwide assessment reveals that more than one in four respondents reported having reduced or ceased agricultural production
In 2023, FAO will require $1.9 billion to reach 48 million people with life-saving and livelihood assistance
Acute food insecurity soars driven by conflicts, extreme weather events, rising food prices
This document provides an up-to-date summary of the humanitarian situation in Ukraine and the response of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on the ground.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has conducted a nation-wide rural household survey in Ukraine, targeting 5,230 rural households across the country, with the objectives of: i) collecting necessary evidence on the impact of the war on rural livelihoods to inform programming decisions and support advocacy efforts; and ii) complementing the data from consolidated and ongoing analyses, including sectoral damage and loss assessments.
This document outlines FAO's priorities in Ukraine for 2023. The strategic approach of the Organization will be centred on three pillars to respond to the urgent needs of rural communities, protect upcoming agricultural campaigns and support the continued functioning of productive food systems, thereby contributing to both national and global food security.
FAO, together with the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine, distributed over 30 000 grain sleeves to support more than 1 500 Ukrainian farmers with temporary storage solutions.
In a world with 166 more million people chronically undernourished and 3 billion people with no access to healthy diets