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Acute Food Insecurity Classification

Between August and October 2019, it is estimated that a total of 10.23 million people (33% of the total population) were in severe acute food insecurity and require urgent humanitarian action. These include around 7.79 million people in a Crisis situation (IPC Phase 3) and 2.44 million people in an Emergency situation (IPC Phase 4). Around 10.37 million people were also in a Stressed situation (IPC Phase 2) and require livelihood support.  Between November 2019 and March 2020, around 11.29 million people (37% of the total population) are estimated to likely experience severe acute food insecurity, out of which an estimated 8.6 million people will likely be in a Crisis situation (IPC Phase 3) and nearly 2.7 million people will likely be in an Emergency situation (IPC Phase 4). Furthermore[...]

Aug 2019/ Mar 2020

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

As of September 2018, 9.8 million people (43.6% of the rural population) were estimated to be in Food Crisis and Emergency (IPC Phase 3 and Phase 4). An estimated 2.6 million are classified in IPC Phase 4 nationwide: these people require urgent action to reduce their food deficits and to protect their livelihoods. The current Phase 3 and 4 estimates correspond to a 17.4% increase (from 26.2% to 43.6%) compared to the previous analysis for the same time period last year (2017). Projections suggest that from November 2018 to February 2019, the total population in IPC Phase 3 and IPC Phase 4 is expected to increase to 10.6 million (47.1% of the rural population). Out of all 34 provinces nationwide 3 provinces (Badghis, Nuristan and Kandahar) have been classified as IPC Phase 4. No province[...]

Aug 2018/ Feb 2019

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

During the 2017 post-harvest season, 33% of the population were classified in “Crisis” (IPC Phase 3) and “Emergency” (IPC Phase 4) in the North Eastern Region covering the provinces of Badakhshan, Baghlan, Kunduz and Takhar.  Kohistan, Raghistan, Yawan, Koran o Minjan, Yamgan, Darwaz Bala, Darwaz Payin, Kufab, Shiki, Wakhan, Zebak, Arghanj Khwah, Eshkashim, Shighnan districts of Badakhshan province were the most food insecure districts with 30% to 45% food insecure households, corresponds to 120 293 people in emergency situation (IPC phase 4). Badakhshan was the most vulnerable province in terms of food insecurity including 5 clusters (14 districts) classified in emergency situation (IPC Phase 4) due to limited food availability in the market, poor access and utilization of fo[...]

Nov 2017/ Feb 2018

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The IPC current post harvest analysis shows a slight improvement in the food security situation in the country compared to the pre-harvest IPC acute analysis of 2016.  Out of 34 provinces, 11 are classified in IPC Phase 2 (Stressed), other 22 were classified in IPC Phase 3 (Crisis) and only one province, Badghis, is classified in IPC Phase 4 (Emergency).  Out of 22 provinces classified in IPC Phase 3 (Emergency), provinces with higher number of people in Phase 4 are: Badghis (25%), Faryab (16%), Khost (15%), Bamyan (14%), Ghor (12%) and Kandahar (11%). Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), communities hosting returnees, returnees, refugees, households headed by women, relying on labour income, and those who are landless are most vulnerable and worst affected by fo[...]

Aug 2017/ Nov 2017

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

IPC Acute analysis was carried out for clustered districts in the provinces of east region Nangarhar, Kunar, Laghman and Nooristan. Each province comprised of several clusters, within each province 1-4 districts are grouped in each cluster. Based on the IPC acute analysis of the 4 provinces overall 26% of the population in east region are classified in phase 3 & 4 of IPC acute food security phase classification. Achen, Naziyan & Badpakh are the most food insecure districts with 13- 15 % Food insecure population in emergency. Mostly, capital of the provinces such as Jalal Abad and Mehtarlam are the vulnerable locations that are suffering with large number of food insecure population due to huge influx returnees and returnees. Beside the Returnees and IDPS, host communities ar[...]

May 2017/ Jul 2017



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Acute Food Insecurity Classification

Between August and October 2019, it is estimated that a total of 10.23 million people (33% of the total population) were in severe acute food insecurity and require urgent humanitarian action. These include around 7.79 million people in a Crisis situation (IPC Phase 3) and 2.44 million people in an Emergency situation (IPC Phase 4). Around 10.37 million people were also in a Stressed situation (IPC Phase 2) and require livelihood support.  Between November 2019 and March 2020, around 11.29 million people (37% of the total population) are estimated to likely experience severe acute food insecurity, out of which an estimated 8.6 million people will likely be in a Crisis situation (IPC Phase 3) and nearly 2.7 million people will likely be in an Emergency situation (IPC Phase 4). Furthermore[...]

Aug 2019/ Mar 2020

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

As of September 2018, 9.8 million people (43.6% of the rural population) were estimated to be in Food Crisis and Emergency (IPC Phase 3 and Phase 4). An estimated 2.6 million are classified in IPC Phase 4 nationwide: these people require urgent action to reduce their food deficits and to protect their livelihoods. The current Phase 3 and 4 estimates correspond to a 17.4% increase (from 26.2% to 43.6%) compared to the previous analysis for the same time period last year (2017). Projections suggest that from November 2018 to February 2019, the total population in IPC Phase 3 and IPC Phase 4 is expected to increase to 10.6 million (47.1% of the rural population). Out of all 34 provinces nationwide 3 provinces (Badghis, Nuristan and Kandahar) have been classified as IPC Phase 4. No province[...]

Aug 2018/ Feb 2019

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

During the 2017 post-harvest season, 33% of the population were classified in “Crisis” (IPC Phase 3) and “Emergency” (IPC Phase 4) in the North Eastern Region covering the provinces of Badakhshan, Baghlan, Kunduz and Takhar.  Kohistan, Raghistan, Yawan, Koran o Minjan, Yamgan, Darwaz Bala, Darwaz Payin, Kufab, Shiki, Wakhan, Zebak, Arghanj Khwah, Eshkashim, Shighnan districts of Badakhshan province were the most food insecure districts with 30% to 45% food insecure households, corresponds to 120 293 people in emergency situation (IPC phase 4). Badakhshan was the most vulnerable province in terms of food insecurity including 5 clusters (14 districts) classified in emergency situation (IPC Phase 4) due to limited food availability in the market, poor access and utilization of fo[...]

Nov 2017/ Feb 2018

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The IPC current post harvest analysis shows a slight improvement in the food security situation in the country compared to the pre-harvest IPC acute analysis of 2016.  Out of 34 provinces, 11 are classified in IPC Phase 2 (Stressed), other 22 were classified in IPC Phase 3 (Crisis) and only one province, Badghis, is classified in IPC Phase 4 (Emergency).  Out of 22 provinces classified in IPC Phase 3 (Emergency), provinces with higher number of people in Phase 4 are: Badghis (25%), Faryab (16%), Khost (15%), Bamyan (14%), Ghor (12%) and Kandahar (11%). Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), communities hosting returnees, returnees, refugees, households headed by women, relying on labour income, and those who are landless are most vulnerable and worst affected by fo[...]

Aug 2017/ Nov 2017

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

IPC Acute analysis was carried out for clustered districts in the provinces of east region Nangarhar, Kunar, Laghman and Nooristan. Each province comprised of several clusters, within each province 1-4 districts are grouped in each cluster. Based on the IPC acute analysis of the 4 provinces overall 26% of the population in east region are classified in phase 3 & 4 of IPC acute food security phase classification. Achen, Naziyan & Badpakh are the most food insecure districts with 13- 15 % Food insecure population in emergency. Mostly, capital of the provinces such as Jalal Abad and Mehtarlam are the vulnerable locations that are suffering with large number of food insecure population due to huge influx returnees and returnees. Beside the Returnees and IDPS, host communities ar[...]

May 2017/ Jul 2017



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