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 - To contribute to the protection of productive assets and livelihoods, improving the food security situation of vulnerable populations located in areas with agricultural deficit.
26/08/2011
 - Using Wild Crops to Tame Food Insecurity: CARE’s Strategic Domestication of Yams Cyclones and floods regularly hit the high risk areas of northeast and eastern Madagascar, with ...read more
01/08/2011
 - In an effort to stem rising rural poverty in Nicaragua, the European Union (EU) and FAO have joined the government in supporting organisations of small-scale farmers ...read more
25/10/2010
 - A joint FAO/WFP Crop and Food Security Assessment Mission (CFSAM) visited Haiti from 16 June to 13 July 2010 to evaluate food crop production in the ...read more
21/09/2010
 - Rainfall in Sudan mostly results from a northwards movement of humid air masses from March to August and their southwards retreat from September to November. At ...read more
02/08/2010
 - Regional Emergency Office for Southern Africa (REOSA) Technical Brief 1, July 2010 In southern Africa, high levels of soil degradation and a decline in fertility threaten agricultural ...read more
01/07/2010
 - As long as you had the money, one thing a traveler would have passing through the poor Haitian farming town of Leogane, before the terrible earthquake ...read more
02/02/2010
 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) aims to strengthen livelihoods and increase household and community resilience before disasters through measures to avoid ...read more
01/01/2010
 - Strategic programme framework 2010-2015 This regional strategic programme framework, entitled “Cassava diseases in central, eastern and southern Africa” (CaCESA), has been prepared by the Food and Agriculture Organization ...read more
01/09/2009
 - Cyclone Nargis caused more destruction and human suffering than any natural disaster in Myanmar’s history. Over 2.4 million people were affected, nearly 140 000 died and ...read more
27/04/2009
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