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Acute Food Insecurity Classification

Overview Karamoja, located in the northeast, is one of the poorest regions in Uganda, with income poverty at 61% and food poverty at 70% (UNHS, 2016/17). The population is mainly rural, with livelihoods based on livestock and crop production, and of recent, a growing range of diversified livelihood [...]

Feb 2021 / Jan 2022

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

Three years of consecutive severe drought have wiped out harvests and hampered people’s access to food in Madagascar’s Grand South region. Following the release of the IPC Acute Food Insecurity analysis in May 2021, which revealed a greatly deteriorated situation, an IPC Acute Malnutrition analy [...]

Apr 2021 / Apr 2022

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

During the Acute Food Insecurity analysis, two specific groups were assessed: 1) IDPs (in resettlement and transit centres and with host households) in five districts - Metuge, Ancuabe, Chiúre, Namuno and Balama; and 2) households hosting IDPs in seven districts - Pemba City, Montepuez, Metuge, Anc [...]

Feb 2021 / Jan 2022

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

This acute food insecurity analysis was an update of the projection period of June - August 2021, that corresponds to the lean season, and includes four micro-regions of the Trifinio Region: Cayaguanca, Ch’orti’, Güija and Ocotepeque, with a total analysed population of 486,000 people. The upd [...]

Jun 2021 / Aug 2021

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

Between April to May 2021, coinciding with the lean season, over 1 million people in Burundi experienced high levels of acute food insecurity, classified in Crisis or worse (IPC Phase 3 or above), due to flooding, economic decline and the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic. These include about 107,000 [...]

Sep 2020 / Sep 2021

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

Around 3.5 million people are classified in Crisis or Emergency (IPC Phase 3 or 4) during the seasonal hunger period of May to August 2021, and require urgent action. This figure is projected to decrease to 2.5 million during the period of lowest acute food insecurity between September 2021 and Janu [...]

May 2021 / Jan 2022

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

Latest data shows that an estimated 7.3 million people in Sudan (16% of the population analyzed) are in high levels of acute food insecurity (IPC Phase 3 or above) between April and May (current period) and require urgent action. Of these, around 5.5 million people are classified in Crisis (IPC P [...]

Apr 2021 / Feb 2022

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The IPC projection update conducted in March 2021 indicates that, from April through August 2021, 2.29 million people in the Central African Republic will likely be in high levels of acute food insecurity (IPC Phase 3 or above), almost half of the population covered by the analysis. In the analysis [...]

Apr 2021 / Aug 2021

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

Balochistan and Sindh are two of Pakistan’s provinces having the highest prevalence of food insecurity, malnutrition and poverty. In 2020, the population faced multiple shocks including high food prices, locust outbreaks, rains/flooding/snowfall/drought, all exacerbated by the impacts of the COVID [...]

Mar 2021 / Sep 2021

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

Nearly 11 million people in Afghanistan are experiencing high levels of acute food insecurity (IPC Phase 3 or above) due to conflict, COVID-19, high food prices and rampant unemployment, between March and May 2021 (the lean season in most parts of the country.) This includes around 7.8 million peopl [...]

Mar 2021 / Nov 2021

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