Actions to make agriculture sustainable are among the most effective measures to help nations adapt to and mitigate climate change.
FAO helps crisis-affected and at-risk populations to withstand future shocks by embedding resilience-building within humanitarian activities. This means addressing underlying vulnerabilities and reducing the risks faced by rural communities, for
example through promoting and spreading disaster risk reduction and climate resilient production practices.
Building on decades of global experience and expertise, FAO is further integrating climate action into every facet of its work to support countries in facing these impacts. More-resilient farmers, foresters, herders and fishers can deliver transformative change that enhances their livelihoods and shields them from the negative impacts of climate change.
Viet Nam: FAO and Belgium assist food-insecure smallholder farming households impacted by the shock of the recent floods
Since 6 October 2020, the central region of Viet Nam has experienced prolonged heavy rains in association with three tropical storms that made landfall...
One in five children under five in parts of Yemen are estimated to be acutely malnourished and in urgent need of treatment as malnutrition cases...
FAO welcomes $3 million contribution from Germany and Sweden to help farmers fight the impact of climate change
Assistance will support capacity development and sustainability in vulnerable countries
El Niño poses a serious threat to the food security and survival of vulnerable communities around the world.
This study documents the outcomes of an Anticipatory Action activation implemented in the central provinces of Viet Nam ahead of Typhoon Noru, in September...
The humanitarian situation in Madagascar remains of concern due to the negative impact of prolonged drought in the Grand Sud and consecutive tropical...
Small-scale producers contribute the least to climate change, but are the most at risk of welfare losses due to increasing global temperatures and extreme...
Around the world, disasters are causing unprecedented levels of damage and loss in agriculture.
Dryland areas are experiencing the devastating consequences of climate change through rapid desertification, increasing poverty and diminished soil...