Bureau des urgences et de la résilience de la FAO

Publications
07/2022

Sri Lanka is witnessing an unprecedented economic crisis. Challenges in public finance and the significant reduction in agricultural production compounded by rising prices and limited availability of fuel are disrupting livelihoods.

06/2022

The concept of One Health is woven into the fabric of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Emergency Management Centre for Animal Health (EMC-AH).

06/2022

The Horn of Africa is facing the third severe La Niña‑induced drought episode in a decade, and the region is on the verge of a catastrophe if humanitarian assistance is not urgently scaled up and sustained.

06/2022

In 2021, about two out of five people were food insecure in Palestine.

06/2022

For over a decade, the Niger has experienced a food security crisis with agricultural and pastoral production deficits.

06/2022

South Sudan is facing one of the worst food security and nutrition crises globally. Almost 63 percent of the population is likely to be in acute food insecurity, of whom 87 000 people facing extreme hunger with no or limited coping mechanisms.

06/2022

FAO's revised Rapid Response Plan was issued on 19 April, seeking USD 115.4 million to assist 979 320 people in rural areas through December.

06/2022

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) warn that acute food insecurity is likely to deteriorate further in 20 countries or situations (including two regional clusters) – called hunger hotspots – during the outlook period from June to September 2022.

06/2022

In Cameroon, the prolonged armed conflict, the influx of refugees from neighbouring countries as well as the impact of climate change, with limited rains and long dry spells, are exacerbating the vulnerability of millions of Cameroonians.

06/2022

For more than a decade, people in Mali have been experiencing various types of shocks that have severely deteriorated their food security and livelihoods.

06/2022

Currently, nearly one in two Afghans do not have adequate means to produce or access food for themselves and their families each day.

05/2022

In order to understand the impact of the war on the commercial agricultural sector in Ukraine, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is undertaking a series of monitoring surveys, targeting commercial grain producers across the country.

05/2022

This Data in Emergencies Monitoring (DIEM-Monitoring) brief shares the results of a fourth-round field assessment conducted between March and April 2022 in Afghanistan.

05/2022

In late 2019, a massive outbreak of desert locusts swept across the greater Horn of Africa and Yemen. This infographic outlines the actions FAO and partners took to avert a disaster, and showcases the impacts and results of the early, scaled up action.

05/2022

This sixth and final progress report details FAO’s work to mitigate the effects of the desert locust upsurge – an unprecedented threat to food security and livelihoods – across the Greater Horn of Africa and Yemen between September and December 2021, while outlining the outcomes of the response in all of 2021.

04/2022

The 2022 Global Report on Food Crises (GRFC 2022) highlights the alarming deterioration of acute food insecurity in 2021

04/2022

Extreme weather events are increasing in frequency and intensity due to climate change, while conflicts are driving consistent and unsustainable increases in humanitarian needs.

04/2022

The war in Ukraine that began on 24 February 2022 has led to large‑scale human suffering across all regions of the country. As the dynamics of the war continue to evolve, large portions of the population are affected by damage to critical infrastructure, lack of basic services and disruptions of supply chains, requiring multisectoral humanitarian assistance.

04/2022

The Democratic Republic of the Congo continues to have the world’s highest number of people facing acute food insecurity: 26 million through June. Around 80 percent live in rural areas and rely on agriculture to feed and provide for themselves.