FAO in South Sudan

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14 February 2024
Nilotic shea butter-producing small-scale cooperative farmers in Rumbek have registered a remarkable marketing breakthrough after their organically produced butter found its way onto shop shelves in South Sudan. This was made possible by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and funding partners, who supported them with training...
02 February 2024
“I hate begging for money from parents and relatives when l can work for myself,” Says 30-year-old Natalia Itwari, a resident of Torit in Eastern Equatoria who has decided to go full time into farming with support from Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Natalia received support under...
03 August 2023
Jennifer Apio lives in Gumbo, a small suburb located in the Rejaf Payam of Central Equatoria.  A mother of four, Apio, 32, is a widow, who has been the head of her family since she lost her husband.  Her life story has since been turned around when the Food and Agriculture...
03 July 2023
(JUBA), The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the South Sudan government commemorated their 10th anniversary of cooperation recently, amid calls to redouble efforts towards improving food and nutrition security. Presided over by the Minister of Livestock and Fisheries Hon Onyoti Adigo Nyikwec and FAO Assistant Director...
30 May 2023
Twenty-three women, seven men, a 1. 7-hectare piece of land and a strong desire to escape poverty. This is what makes up the successful and life changing Arek Apirr Vegetables Project in Bor, Jonglei State in South Sudan. It is a small-scale project established in 2006.The food and Agriculture Organization of...
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