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As transhumance communities, pastoral families in Eastern and Western Lakes States reside in cattle camps and migrate to different areas throughout the year to graze and ...en lire plus
 - 23/02/2018
Almost 230 000 people who were facing emergency and crisis levels of food insecurity in the first half of 2017 were able to secure a good ...en lire plus
 - 09/02/2018
In 2017, conflicts, droughts, floods, mudslides, hurricanes, wildfires, animal and plant pests and diseases threatened food security across the globe. FAO’s emergencies programme played a crucial ...en lire plus
 - 08/02/2018
After receiving crop and vegetable seeds and fertilizer, 1 million people in northeastern Nigeria’s Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states produced enough food to last well into ...en lire plus
 - 08/02/2018
With conflict and climate-related shocks sending global hunger numbers marching back up after declining for decades, FAO is asking for $1.06 billion to save lives and livelihoods and ...en lire plus
 - 20/12/2017
Highlights 17.8 million people are food insecure, compared to 17 million in the first quarter of the year. A staggering 8.4 million of whom are at risk ...en lire plus
 - 18/12/2017
The number of people displaced by conflict, violence and disasters has risen to more than 65 million, compared with 37.5 million a decade ago. Many of ...en lire plus
 - 04/12/2017
Highlights Despite the recent main season harvests, almost 5 million people in South Sudan face severe food insecurity between October and December 2017, according to the results ...en lire plus
 - 04/12/2017
Key messages Rural livelihoods are people’s best defence against famine. Interventions that reinforce rural livelihoods meet immediate food needs, mitigate displacement pressures, reduce the overall humanitarian burden ...en lire plus
 - 16/11/2017
With the main farming season coming to a close in northeastern Nigeria, over 66 000 people affected by conflict are harvesting food – many for the ...en lire plus
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