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IPC in Southern Africa
In Southern Africa, IPC was introduced in February 2008, during an awareness raising workshop held in Gaborone. The event was hosted by the the multi-agency SADC-RVAC structure (Regional Vulnerability Assessment Committee) that leads critical improvements in food security and vulnerability analysis at regional and country level in the Southern African Development Community (SADC).
In 2009, a Technical Working Group was established within the RVAC of the SADC, taking on the coordination role of IPC activities in the region. Awareness was raised among all the VACs in the region, and four countries requested support to introduce the IPC: South Africa, Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique.
The main objectives of the SADC IPC TWG are to:
Read more > Brief on IPC in Southern Africa 2015