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Travail de la FAO sur l'égalité entre les sexes et l'autonomisation des femmes à l'échelon national
In 2010, severe flooding killed nearly 2 000 people in Pakistan and wiped out 1.6 million homes. Whole villages were submerged, and families lost not only their homes, but also their livestock and standing crops.
With El Niño following hard on the heels of Tropical Cyclone Pam in March 2015, subsistence farmer Ruta Bule faced a difficult recovery. “Cyclone Pam came and that was bad,” she explained. “The storm spoiled our gardens. But then El Niño came and that was
A new video, released by FAO on the occasion of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP22), illustrates how men and women in rural Uganda are making climate change adaptation work for them.
Fifty-four pregnant “Ala-Tau” heifers were handed over to rural women in the region of Issyk-Kul last month.
“These days collecting firewood for cooking is not easy,” said Jersy Yata, in Lainya County, near Juba in the Republic of South Sudan. “Sometimes we will stay for days without food because there is no firewood to cook with.”
For most of her married life, 38-year-old Sardara Ali Khan has been the sole breadwinner of her household.
According to statistics, over one-third of Rwandan children are stunted due to chronic malnutrition. In April 2015, FAO Rwanda launched a project to fight malnutrition and stunting in the country's Rutsiro district.
How an FAO project enabled rural women in Pakistan's flood-ravaged provinces of Sindh and Balochistan to start growing their own vegetables for improved food security, nutrition and much more.
Community Nutrition Kitchens target women and youth for improved household food and nutrition security.
Around 1 000 women market vendors – farmers who were adversely affected by Tropical Cyclone Winston – have received agriculture supplies that will help in their efforts to replant their crops. The produce will eventually be sold to market.
For women like Drocella, and for men like Emmanuel too, the Joint Programme on “Accelerating Progress towards the Economic Empowerment of Rural Women” is making a difference.
Students from St Mary’s College in Apia, Samoa can finally begin their school garden project.
Les pertes de revenus causées par le typhon Haiyan ont eu des conséquences de grande ampleur sur la qualité de vie globale des pêcheurs philippins, en particulier pour les femmes qui ont un rôle important dans le traitement des captures.
In 2013, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Government of Angola embarked on a technical cooperation project to address post-harvest fishery losses in five fishing communities around Lake Ngolome, in Angola’s northwe
Elle appelle à une vision renouvelée et à un élargissement de la coopération entre les pays africains et de la Coopération Sud-Sud
«Nous avons reçu une formation concernant la parité hommes-femmes, ce qui est très important parce que nous nous aidons mutuellement et échangeons des idées avec nos collègues de sexe féminin dans le groupe. Nous avons reçu tout le matériel de manière à p
Fanny Jackson, 29, a member of Tiwale VSL Group talks about the link between household economic independence and climate shocks in Phalombe district, one of 15 districts declared a disaster area by President Peter Mutharika in early 2015.
Le projet Dimitra est en train de transformer la vie des femmes et des hommes dans des centaines de communautés rurales en Afrique sub-saharienne. Cette semaine, en l'honneur de la Journée Internationale de la Femme, nous voudrions mettre en lumière les c
La FAO et le lycée de Gayaza en Ouganda travaillent de concert pour permettre aux élèves d’apprendre et d’acquérir des compétences agricoles, tout en leur permettant de consommer des aliments plus sains et nutritifs.
Rebuilding productive assets affected by the Ebola outbreak.