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11/10/2021
As some parts of northeast Nigeria start recording relative stability, more farmers are returning to their villages. With support from donors, FAO is working with the government to restore farmers’ livelihoods and strengthen their resilience.  During the 2020 cultivation season, FAO supported 63 300 households including displaced people, returnees and host communities ...read more
01/02/2020
1. Locusts are the oldest migratory pest in the world. 2. Desert Locust is the most devastating of all locust species. 3. They form swarms that can fly up to ...read more
30/01/2020
The current Desert Locust situation continues to deteriorate and represents a grave threat to food security and livelihoods in the Horn of Africa. Ethiopia, Kenya, and Somalia are currently the ...read more
27/01/2020
Since June 2019, Ethiopia has been responding to the Desert Locust invasion in Afar, Amhara, Oromia, Somali and Tigray regions and Dire Dawa city. Despite control efforts, Desert Locusts are ...read more
14/12/2019
Slow Food and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) organized a study tour this week in northwest Italy for a group of Syrian small-scale women farmers. The ...read more
09/12/2019
Thanks to CERF, humanitarian actors can act fast to save lives. For FAO, this is vital. In crises, saving lives means protecting people’s access to food. That means saving their ...read more