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Title

Global Report on Food Crises 2017

Subtitle
Neutral analysis of the global food insecurity situation to inform programming and implementation
Subtype
Reports
Description

The European Union, FAO and WFP have joined forces with FEWS NET, UNICEF and regional organisations like CILSS, IGAD and SICA to coordinate needs assessment to increase the impact of humanitarian and resilience responses through the preparation of the “Global Report on Food Crises”. This Global Report aims to enhance coordination and decision making through a neutral analysis that informs programming and implementation. The key objective and strength of the report is to establish a consultative and consensus-based process to compile food insecurity analyses from around the world into a global public product. The report compares and clarifies results of food security analyses conducted by various partners and across geographical areas to provide a clear picture of acute food insecurity situation.

 

The report provides food security population estimates for countries selected on the basis of the degree of risk of facing acute food crises in 2016 and beyond. In addition, a detailed food security analysis is presented for those countries and/or population groups facing high severity and magnitude of acute food insecurity based on IPC/CH classification.

 

The report has been developed by FAO, EC-JRC and WFP, under the overall coordination of Food Security Information Network Secretariat. The report was made possible thanks to the support of the EU-FAO Partnership Programme “Information for Nutrition, Food Security and Resilience for Decision Making” (INFORMED)

Author
Food Security Information Network Secretariat
External link

http://www.wfp.org/content/global-report-food-crisis-2017

SICAThe World Food Programme (WFP)Save the ChildrenOxfamIGADThe Joint research Center (JRC) of the European CommissionFood Security ClustersFEWS NETFAOThe Comité permanent Inter-Etats de Lutte contre la Sécheresse dans le Sahel (CILSS)CARE InternationalACF