La resiliencia

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 - 18/02/2013
Impressed by the success of Paul Motseki, lead farmer of her group, Matseko Raseboko did a “U-turn” on her agricultural practices and adopted Conservation Agriculture (CA). Raseboko has been a ...leer más
 - 31/01/2013
When Paul Motseki saw how well the farmers in a neighbouring area were doing – they had strong, quality plants and good yields – he decided to copy their method ...leer más
 - 23/11/2012
As a result of the cumulative impact of floods in 2011 and late rains in the early stages of 2011-2012 cropping season, a food insecurity crisis was declared in Aug ...leer más
 - 12/09/2012
Heavy rainfall, long withering droughts and other natural shocks and disasters – all signs of increased climate change – have made it almost impossible for vulnerable people to cope. In ...leer más
 - 11/08/2012
Stunting is common in southern Africa. It is estimated that in Lesotho about 40% of children under the age of five are stunted. To improve the nutritional status of the ...leer más
 - 15/07/2012
An estimated 70% of Lesotho’s population is dependent on rain-fed agriculture for their livelihoods, meaning that most people are vulnerable to climate change. This is made because only 9% of ...leer más
 - 19/05/2010
La Unión Europea y la FAO, en colaboración con el Ministerio de Agricultura y Seguridad Alimentaria de Lesotho, están dando ayuda a 36 000 agricultores, más de la mitad de ...leer más
 - 11/12/2007
FAO agricultural fairs help thousands of poor farm families in southern Africa – FAO has distributed over 1 000 tonnes of seeds, as well as fertilizer and tools, to more ...leer más
 - 06/12/2007
In 2006/2007, Lesotho faced the worst drought in 30 years. In this country, where over 80 percent of the people depend on agriculture for food as well as money to ...leer más
 - 15/11/2007
Lesotho faced in 2006/2007 the worst drought in 30 years. As a consequence, most people failed to harvest anything from their fields. In addition to drought, Lesotho has a huge ...leer más
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