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Acute Food Insecurity Classification

In July-August, Bangladesh successfully conducted the 2nd cycle of IPC analysis covering 13 districts of the Coastal Zone of the country. The Ministry of Agriculture Development (MOAD) led the exercise with the joint support of FAO & WFP. This analysis covers the eight districts under Coastal z [...]

Dec 2012 / Dec 2012

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The municipality of Morocelí, Alauca and San Lucas are classified as Minimally food insecure (IPC Phase 1). It is estimated Morocelí and San Lucas will maintain the same phase until at least March 30, 2013. Alauca will be in the same phase at least until February 28, 2013, due to worse performanc [...]

Dec 2012 / Feb 2013

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The Valle and Choluteca region is classified Phase 1 from 4 December 2012 to 31 January 2013.  As from 31 January to 28 February 2013, Phase 1 is maintained for municipalities as Aramecina, Charity, Goascorán, Nacaome, Alliance, Amapala, San Lorenzo, Conception of Mary, Choluteca, El Corpus, El T [...]

Dec 2012 / Jan 2013

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The 8th analysis cycle on the Integrated Food Security Classification Framework (IPC) of DRC held in December 2012 identified 6.4 million people affected by a situation of food and livelihood crises, 77 regions have been classified in phase 3 and 8 regions in Phase 4 throughout DRC. The affected are [...]

Dec 2012 / Dec 2012

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The current acute IPCoutlook for South Sudan showed improved food insecurity situation compared to the same quarter last year. Average to above average rains and good harvest in the first season in the bimodal rainfall zone have contributed to this improvement. Greater EquatoriaThe three states of [...]

Nov 2012 / Mar 2013

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The IPC-AG classified ten provinces as IPC phase 3 (Crisis) and 13 provinces as IPC phase 2 (Stressed). None of the analysed provinces were in phase I, phase IV or phase V (Note: details on the 5 phases of the IPC Acute Food Security Classification can be found in Annex 2). In a number of provinces [...]

Nov 2012 / Nov 2012

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

Food availability in Djibouti mainly depends on imports, which account for 90% of food needs. Thus, access to food is highly dependent on the price of domestic and foreign markets and the dynamics of other sources of income. Pastoralism, which is the main source of income in rural areas, has been se [...]

Nov 2012 / Jan 2013

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The findings of the FSNAU, FEWS NET and partner postGu 2012 seasonal assessment results indicate continued improvements in food security and nutrition situation in Somalia. During a famine year of 2011, over 4 million people, or more than half of the population of Somalia were facing an acute food s [...]

Jul 2012 / Dec 2012

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

Out of the 13 livelihoods in Tajikistan analyzed in September - December 2012, about 870,277 people in 12 livelihood zones were classified in Phase 3- Crisis. Another 2,381,754 people were classified in Phase 2 - Stressed and 2,055,402 in Phase 1- Minimal. In general, the food security status of an [...]

Sep 2012 / Dec 2012

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The current food insecurity IPC analysis results for August 2012 showed that the four states of Western, Central and Eastern Equatoria and Western Bahr el Ghazal are in minimal or none food insecurity (phase 1) with about 21% of the population in these states in food secure situation, however there [...]

Aug 2012 / Nov 2012

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