Over 1.8 million people in Central African Republic severely food insecure

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South Sudan - The food security situation continues to deteriorate as majority of the country goes into a lean season characterized by the typical seasonal shortages of food, delayed rainfall, high food prices and presence of IDPs and returnees.

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New guidelines to enhance food insecurity and malnutrition analysis including in areas with no humanitarian access

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Global Report on Food Crises: acute hunger still affecting over 100 million people worldwide

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Learn more about the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification

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All analyses valid within the last 12 months

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Eswatini: Acute Food Security Snapshot June - September 2019 and Projection for October 2019 - March 2020

Eswatini: Acute Food Security Snapshot June - September 2019 and Projection for October 2019 - March 2020

Between June and September 2019, it is estimated that over 200,000 people (20% of the rural population) are experiencing severe acute food insecurity and require urgent humanitarian action. These include around 157,000 people being in a crisis situation (Phase 3) and 47,000 people being in an emergency situation (Phase 4). Around 370,000 people are also in a stressed situation (Phase 2) and require livelihood support.

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Central African Republic: Acute Food Insecurity Situation May - October 2019

Preliminary results pending dissemination at National level

Between May and August 2019, 5 areas with a high concentration of displaced persons (Bria, Kaga-Bandoro, Obo, Rafai and Zémio) and the prefectures of Mbomou, Haute Kotto and Haut Mbomou are experiencing emergency conditions of food insecurity (IPC Phase 4), and 13 prefectures and 3 areas with a high concentration of displaced persons (Alindao, Bambari and Batangafo) are experiencing crisis conditions of food insecurity (IPC Phase 3). 1.8 million people are in severe acute food insecurity (IPC Phases 3+), including more than 465,000 in emergency conditions during the lean season.

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South Sudan: Acute Food Insecurity and Malnutrition Situation January - July 2019

Owing to relentless armed conflict and population displacement, over 6.45 million people or 57 per cent of South Sudan’s population will face Crisis (IPC Phase 3) acute food insecurity or worse, with an estimated 45,000 people in Catastrophe (IPC Phase 5). The food security situation is projected to further deteriorate from May to July 2019, with about 6.87 million people (60 percent of the population) facing Crisis (IPC Phase 3) acute food insecurity or worse, with an estimated 50,000 people in Catastrophe (IPC Phase 5).

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