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- Trump And Macron Agree That The Escalation In Libya Must Be Stopped
- Algerian Prime Minister: Dialogue And National Reconciliation Are The Basis For Ending The Libyan Differences
- The US Embassy In Libya: It Is Time To Immediately Halt The Escalation And Return To Negotiations In Libya
- The Italian Cabinet Approves The “IRINI” Operation Decree In Libya
- The President Of The Arab Parliament Appeals To The United Nations And The Security Council To Intervene To Cease Fire In Libya
25 Apr 2015
More than 90 per cent of agricultural and livestock production in South Sudan depends on rainfall, according to the UN.
The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is working to improve farmers’ access to meteorological information to help them plan when to plant and when to harvest.
FAO also says that early warning on climactic hazards is key to equipping farming communities and policy makers with the knowledge they need to improve production and food security programmes across the country.
To find out more about this, Sebbi Abdul spoke on the line with James Guma Mark, an agro meteorology expert with FAO which is based in Rome.