The scale of the humanitarian crisis in Somalia is immense. It has also been described as the most vulnerable country in the world to climate change. There is growing recognition that it must start adaptation planning now to protect and
Celebrated in her native Somalia as the Queen of Tie Dye, Nimco Adam has designed for a myriad of fast-fashion companies in the past and has recently become a pioneer of global sustainable fashion efforts. In 2020, the business woman
On a recent visit to Iraq, I saw a tale of two countries: one of progress, and one of destruction. Deeper within those stories are lessons on how to deal with global insecurity, terrorism, and an unprecedented global refugee crisis.
Editor's Note: This is the second of a two-part interview. The first part was published on the 26th of April and can be found here. In the Photo: A sniper belonging to the Kurdish special forces takes aim during a small
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, an ambitious set of seventeen global goals and 169 targets to progress toward a sustainable future, has been heralded as more inclusive and comprehensive than the Millennium Development Goals before it, in part for
Cash Based Programmes Strengthening the resilience of agricultural livelihoods to adverse climate events and economic shocks is a corporate priority under FAO’s current Strategic Framework, as is linking social protection programmes (including cash-based transfers) with agricultural productive outcomes. Such schemes are