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 - 05/05/2019
The floods and high winds due to Cyclone Idai completely wiped out at least 500 000 hectares of cropland that has been destroyed across Mozambique. FAO ...en lire plus
 - 23/04/2019
Tomás is a smallholder farmer from Lamego, in Mozambique’s Sofala province. At 43, he, his wife and their eight children just lost all the crops they ...en lire plus
 - 15/04/2019
In mid-March Tropical Cyclone Idai made landfall on Mozambique, resulting in heavy rainfall and violent winds, tracking inland from Beira City and continuing through central provinces, ...en lire plus
 - 12/04/2019
Farmers in areas left devastated by Tropical Cyclone Idai in Mozambique have started to receive much-needed agricultural inputs thanks to a joint effort by the Food ...en lire plus
 - 18/12/2018
The Philippines is frequently affected by natural disasters. The social and economic cost of natural disasters in the country is increasing due to population growth, change ...en lire plus
 - 15/08/2018
Afghanistan is experiencing one of the world’s most complex humanitarian emergencies. Ongoing conflict, natural disasters, internal displacement and cross-border movements continue to increase food insecurity. This year, ...en lire plus
 - 12/12/2017
Few would believe that less than a year ago, this part of the world was in the grip of an intense drought, driven by one of ...en lire plus
 - 31/05/2017
FAO is carrying out surveillance, survey and monitoring of the new migratory insect pest, fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda (Smith) in Ethiopia. The fall armyworm, which first arrived ...en lire plus
 - 30/05/2017
In collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and other development partners, the Government of Ethiopia has intensified efforts to protect ...en lire plus
 - 26/05/2016
The combined effects of long-term conflict and the economic crisis have left South Sudan facing large-scale market dysfunction. As a result, the availability of food – ...en lire plus
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