FAO emergencies and resilience

News
Antimicrobial resistance: Now is the time for collective action
17/11/2022

Quadripartite launches new Antimicrobial Resistance Multi-Stakeholder Partnership Platform to help tackle common threat to human and animal health and ecosystems

News
Rural livelihoods lay the foundations for long-lasting peace in Colombia
16/11/2022

FAO is working with communities in the department of Chocó to restore livelihoods in the aftermath of conflict

Highlights
In Focus
Deepening food crisis in Haiti

Currently, nearly half of Haiti’s population is facing acute hunger.

06/10/2022

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

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07/07/2022

Southeast Asia is one of the most disaster-prone areas in the world where communities and governments need to continuously think innovatively about planning and acting to reduce the impact of natural disasters.

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In Focus
Cash and voucher assistance: 2021 achievements

FAO has continued to use cash transfers and vouchers to respond to severe food crises across the world. 

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FAO in the 2022 humanitarian appeals

The world has not faced a risk of widespread famine affecting multiple countries so severe in over a decade. 

Publications
16/11/2022

On 27 September 2022, Category 3 Hurricane Ian hit the western region of Cuba with strong winds, significant storm surge and coastal flooding.

23/11/2022

As part of the United Nations Global Action Plan on Child Wasting, FAO requires USD 500 million to implement its action plan to prevent child wasting (2023–2024) in the 15 most-affected countries.

24/11/2022

Severe floods across Nigeria during the recent agricultural season (April–October) have had a devastating impact on livelihood assets, food stocks and yield prospects for the main harvest, disrupting people’s lives and livelihoods.