FAO emergencies and resilience

Changing the internally displaced persons paradigm in Mozambique

Providing IDPs from the country’s destabilized Cabo Delgado Region with a means to start over

Latin America and Caribbean can be at the forefront of global food and agriculture, provided it first tackles hunger and inequality

FAO Director-General points to priority areas for action to heads of state and government at regional CELAC forum

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FAO in the 2023 humanitarian appeals

As 2022 nears an end, almost 1 million people face starvation – almost double the numbers of 2021.


Have you ever wondered why, in this day and age, some communities constantly face extreme hunger?

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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.

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War in Ukraine

The escalating war in Ukraine is affecting millions of people and forcing massive population displacement.

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Hunger crisis in Somalia

Somalia continues to face one of the world’s most severe humanitarian crisis.


The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations conducted the aquaculture and fishery sectors survey in October 2022 targeting 75 commercial fishing and 130 aquaculture companies in Ukraine.


Zimbabwe has been plagued by multiple hazards over the last decade, suffering from a series of climatic shocks including cyclones, droughts, floods and pest infestations coupled with severe economic challenges.


For the first time in history, northern Central America suffered a third consecutive year of La Niña events.