Türkiye earthquakes: initial assessment indicates losses of more than 20 percent in food production
FAO renews its funding appeal to scale efforts to help affected rural communities sustain and recover basic food production
Norway contributes $23.7 million of flexible funding to boost FAO’s capacity to respond to crises and emergencies
With these funds, FAO aims to reach around 600 000 food insecure people
FAO in the 2023 humanitarian appeals
As 2022 nears an end, almost 1 million people face starvation – almost double the numbers of 2021.
Helping rural communities in Syria to sustain and recover food production after the earthquake
In the aftermath of the earthquake that hit Syria and Türkiye in February 2023, FAO will help rural communities to sustain & recover food production.Play Video
FAO’s Anticipatory Actions – protecting households’ livelihoods from floods in the Niger
Anticipatory actions can save lives, safeguard livelihoods and strengthen the resilience of vulnerable communities.Play Video
War in Ukraine
The escalating war in Ukraine is affecting millions of people and forcing massive population displacement.
Changing the internally displaced persons paradigm in Mozambique
Providing IDPs from the country’s destabilized Cabo Delgado Region with a means to start over
Importance of investing in agriculture in emergency contexts
With 222 million people experiencing high acute food insecurity across 53 countries, and an alarming food security outlook for 2023, investing in agriculture in emergency contexts has never been so critical.
Türkiye and the Syrian Arab Republic: Contributions to the Special Fund for Emergency and Rehabilitation Activities (SFERA) from Belgium, Norway and Sweden
The earthquakes that struck southern Türkiye and the northern part of the Syrian Arab Republic on 6 February 2023 caused immense damages and losses, particularly in the countries’ rural areas.
Ukraine: Response programme, January–December 2023
The war in Ukraine is significantly impacting food security at the national and global levels. Without urgent support to the Ukrainian agrifood sector, humanitarian needs will continue to rise and the stability of global food value chains will remain under threat.