Jose Graziano Da Silva

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$232 Million Food Intervention Needed In Lake Chad Basin

Director General of the UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation, FAO, Jose da Silva, on Friday said that in Nigeria alone, about $191 million is required for over 2.5 million people that have been rendered food-insecure as a result of the Boko Haram crisis.

Why Nigeria, Others Must Act Now To Save People Of The Lake Chad Basin

A holistic approach is needed to address both the current main drivers of hunger, which include limited food production, high food prices and displacements, as well as the structural causes of vulnerability in the area, including demographic growth and competition over scarce natural resources.
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