Update on FAO actions related to the breach of the Kakhovka Dam
FAO is participating in the Post Disaster Needs Assessment under the leadership of the UN Resident Coordinator for Ukraine. The FAO office in Ukraine is conducting a rapid assessment of damage and losses in the agriculture sector, in close coordination with national authorities and the other UN partners.
Additionally, FAO is supporting the national emergency response to agricultural needs, which will be strengthened by this assessment. This also is being closely coordinated with national authorities and UN partners.
Ukraine: FAO and WFP join forces to clear agricultural land from remnants of the war and help farmers resume production
The programme aims to prevent Ukraine from requiring food assistance in the long term
FAO welcomes $34.4 million contribution from Japan to boost food security and strengthen resilience in emergency contexts
This includes $10 million to safeguard rural livelihoods and provide emergency seed support to smallholder farmers in Ukraine
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Ukraine has conducted a nationwide survey of agricultural enterprises with land up to 250 hectares.
This document provides an up-to-date summary of the humanitarian situation in Ukraine and the response of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on the ground.
The war in Ukraine is significantly impacting food security at the national and global levels. Without urgent support to the Ukrainian agrifood sector, humanitarian needs will continue to rise and the stability of global food value chains will remain under threat.
FAO, together with the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine, distributed over 30 000 grain sleeves to support more than 1 500 Ukrainian farmers...
In a world with 166 more million people chronically undernourished and 3 billion people with no access to healthy diets