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Food Insecurity

7 Sep
African leaders have been urged to coordinate domestic and external efforts to urgently and fully tackle food insecurity on the continent.
22 Jul
The African Union Development Agency-New Partnership for Africa’s Development (AUDA-NEPAD) has dismissed fears that more Nigerians might face food insecurity.
16 Jul
The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations (UN) has said that about 4.1 million people in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states will be at the risk acute food insecurity in July, this year.
30 May
The African Women in Agriculture Research and Development (AWARD) is fighting Fall Armyworms to raise farmers’ incomes and boost food security in Nigeria and 10 other countries affected by climate change and pest infestation.
18 May
A Finance expert, Mazi Iroy Orji, has urged the government to put measures in place that could address possible food insecurity resulting from the Russia/Ukraine war, predicting that the war may lead to heightened global food insecurity that will be worse than the previous food crises over the past decade.
5 May
The number of people without enough to eat on daily basis reached all-time high last year and is poised to hit “appalling” new levels as the Ukraine war affects global food production, the United Nations (UN) has said.
6 Feb
Acute hunger and food insecurity may worsen in Nigeria in the next few months, if urgent steps were not taken to forestall the looming famine.
23 Nov 2021
Food processing and packaging solutions company, Tetra Pak, has said plans have been concluded to deliver sustainable food packages globally and to achieve net-zero emissions across
22 Nov 2021
Executive Secretary of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund), Prof. Elias Bogoro, has raised the alarm over the threatening climate change effect on food security in Nigeria.
17 Nov 2021
Consider all the things that have happened in the last decade in Nigeria. What is beyond doubt is that insecurity has brought misery and great suffering to the masses.
8 Nov 2021
Nearly 17 million Nigerians are projected to be either at crisis or emergency levels of food insecurity next year, according to a major report.
23 Aug 2021
Rice farmer Donald Amokaha spends his days weeding a temporary plot outside the city of Makurdi, on the fringes of the Benue river in Nigeria's agricultural heartland.

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