La resiliencia

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 - 15/05/2019
La FAO et l’Union européenne tirent parti du Réseau mondial contre les crises alimentaires en consolidant les analyses de l’insécurité alimentaire et de la résilience, en investissant au niveau des ...leer más
 - 02/05/2019
Yashua Abubakar Dikkwa’s poultry business collapsed in 2017, leaving the 43-year-old mother of six anxious about being able to pay her children’s school fees. “I didn’t have the business knowledge, ...leer más
 - 19/04/2019
FAO’s poultry intervention builds on other support services and agri-inputs the agency provides to households affected by the crisis in northeastern Nigeria. Falmata Mohammed and her family had been living for ...leer más
 - 19/04/2019
Seven of Abu Abbajiddi’s 16 cattle have died in the last thirteen months. For the 51 year old father of eight from Gongulong community of Jere, Borno state, each of ...leer más
 - 16/04/2019
Six weeks ago, a rust-coloured red truck backed into the entrance of Bakassi Camp for IDPs, mere metres from the half-finished house where Falmata Mohammed and her family had been ...leer más
 - 04/04/2019
The armed insurgency in northeastern Nigeria has resulted in the disruption of fishing livelihoods, an important source of food and income, especially for households dependent on the Lake Chad, a ...leer más
 - 04/04/2019
Strengthening the resilience of crisis-affected people in the Syrian Arab Republic is a goal shared by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the European Union ...leer más
 - 19/02/2019
In response to the overwhelming recovery needs of livestock-based households in Nigeria, FAO is collaborating with the European Union to reestablish livelihoods in the sector. To achieve this aim, 150 ...leer más
 - 13/02/2019
Youth in Borno – Nigeria’s worst affected northeastern state – have had their livelihoods uprooted due to a decade-long crisis. In response to the overwhelming recovery needs of livestock-based households ...leer más
 - 14/12/2018
Deep in the equatorial forest of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Iyenze family grows fresh vegetables in their garden. Georgette, mother of eight, prepares porridge made from maize, ...leer más