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 - A broad range of stakeholders and Somali institutions have access and contribute to timely and relevant gender-disaggregated data and information on the food-, nutrition-, and livelihood ...read more
14/06/2017
 - Food production in Syria has hit a record low, making it ever harder for farmers to maintain their livelihoods and feed the war-torn country as fighting ...read more
16/11/2016
 - Highlights The economic situation in the Syrian Arab Republic further deteriorated over the past 12 months. Gross Domestic Product, which contracted by 5.3 percent in 2015, is ...read more
16/11/2016
 - Civil strife and unfavourable rains have further reduced crop production in South Sudan, contributing to a cereal deficit of 381,000 tonnes --53 percent greater than in ...read more
05/04/2016
 - Three years of conflict and ongoing displacements in the Central African Republic (CAR) continue to disrupt agriculture and severely constrain people’s access to food, as they ...read more
01/03/2016
 - With South Sudan still facing a large-scale food crisis, the need for quality data on crop harvests is crucial. As part of strengthening the agriculture and ...read more
05/01/2016
 - To ensure that food, nutrition and livelihood security in Somalia is strengthened at household and community levels, thereby ensuring greater resilience to future shocks, such as ...read more
20/11/2015
 - Highlights FAO continues to support Government-led efforts to address food security and livelihood needs in the six districts most severely affected by the earthquakes: Sindhupalchowk, Nuwakot, Dhading, ...read more
25/08/2015
 - FAO South Sudan team Nyabenyi Tipo, Deputy FAOR for Programmes and Mario Zappacosta, Economist spoke to Radio Miraya with South Sudan's Food Security Council Secretary-General John ...read more
17/08/2015
 - Highlights: Although 40 percent lower than the pre-conflict levels, wheat production in 2015, estimated at 2.445 million tonnes, is significantly better than the very poor harvest of ...read more
31/07/2015
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