Briefing Notes

 

Ukraine: Latest on FAO’s response

Data, analyses, policy recommendations, and actions on the ground.

25/03/2022
Risks associated with the current conflict
18/03/2022
The unfolding war in Ukraine has led to destruction of life and property, food insecurity and human rights violations. It also has immediate land access and tenure dimensions, including key land and geospatial information aspects.
18/03/2022

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is extremely concerned about the effects of the war on lives and livelihoods in Ukraine.

15/03/2022
The latest developments on FAO’s emergency activities on the ground.
11/03/2022
Opinion article by Qu Dongyu, Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
11/03/2022

“Global food markets and prices”, Presentation by Director-General QU Dongyu

10/03/2022
Ongoing work has been pivoted to scale up the humanitarian response.
10/03/2022
Team on ground regrouped; strengthened with surge personnel; Declaration of corporate scale-up response
04/03/2022
Vegetable oils and dairy products lead the increase, while early forecasts point to strong prospects for maize and wheat in the year ahead
© FAO/Giulio Napolitano
04/03/2022
Centrality of Agriculture to Ukraine and the Region
03/03/2022
The Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) is an inter-agency platform to enhance food market transparency and policy response for food security. AMIS is composed of G20 members plus Spain and seven additional major exporting and importing countries of agricultural commodities
02/03/2022
FAO Director-General highlights need to safeguard access to food, reinforce food security