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Compliance review of NeKSAP/IPC in Nepal

In December 2014, Cindy Holleman, IPC Global Programme Manager, travelled to Nepal together with the IPC Compliance Officer and the IPC Regional Coordinator for Asia to discuss with national stakeholders the compliance review of the Nepal’s Food Security Monitoring System [...]
Acute Food Insecurity Classification - Chronic Food Insecurity Classification   |
|   Nepal

Welcome, Jerry!

The IPC Team is happy to welcome Mr. Jerry Argüello, the newly appointed IPC Regional Coordinator for Latin America and Caribbean. Jerry will officially take up his position starting from April 2015. He will sit in SICA-PRESANCA, a Regional Inter-governmental [...]
Acute Food Insecurity Classification - Acute Malnutrition Classification - Chronic Food Insecurity Classification   |

IPC Professional Capacity continues to rise in LAC

In Latin America and Caribbean, during the fourth quarter of 2014, the number of people fulfilling the requirements to be certified as IPC Analysts and as IPC Trainers & Facilitators increased significantly.Currently there are 61 certified IPC Analysts and 10 [...]
Certification Programme   |

AECID’s support to IPC successfully accomplished

The IPC Global Partnership wishes to thank the Spanish Cooperation Agency (AECID) for the financial support granted to the IPC initiative in Latin America and Caribbean from March 2013 to December 2014.This support has been crucial for the successful implementation [...]
Certification Programme   |

Increased synergies and exchanges between IPC and CH

IPC and CILSS keep working together in the development and  harmonization of IPC and Cadre Harmonisé (CH) tools and procedures. The latest landmark in the collaboration between CILSS Agrhymet and IPC GSU is represented by the active participation of CILSS [...]
Cadre Harmonisé   |

SOUTH SUDAN - 2.5 million people in either Crisis or Emergency between January and March 2015

The latest IPC Update of the food secuirty projections estimated in September 2014 confirms that 2.5 million people are  facing Emergency (IPC Phase 4) and Crisis (IPC Phase 3) food insecurity levels between January and March 2015.  Key contributing factors to [...]
Acute Food Insecurity Classification - Chronic Food Insecurity Classification   |
|   South Sudan

IPC - 10 YEARS of Multi-partner Collaboration Towards Better Food Security Decisions and Country Impact

This year IPC celebrates its 10th anniversary. The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification was developed in 2004 by FSNAU, the former FAO Food Security Analysis Unit in Somalia, to respond to decision makers’ strong call for a consensual, rigorous and [...]
Acute Food Insecurity Classification - Acute Malnutrition Classification - Cadre Harmonisé - Certification Programme - Chronic Food Insecurity Classification - Information Support System   |

Roll-out of the IPC Chronic Classification

Following the endorsement and official launch of the IPC Chronic Food Insecurity Classification in July 2014, a number of activities have taken place for the roll-out of the IPC-Chronic in 8 target countries: Bangladesh, Burundi, El Salvador, Kenya, Nepal, Philippines, [...]
Chronic Food Insecurity Classification   |

Progress in piloting the IPC Nutrition Phase Classification

The piloting of the IPC Nutrition Phase Classification is progressing well. Under the technical supervision and overall guidance of the IPC Global Nutrition Working Group – which is composed of 21 representatives from 17 leading food security and nutrition organizations/entities [...]
Acute Malnutrition Classification   |

Enhancing IPC Global Technical Capacity

Technical Capacity Building at global and regional level is one of the Focus Areas of the IPC Global Strategic Programme (2014-2016) and it is at the heart of the IPC’s success worldwide. In this framework, the IPC Certification Programme represents [...]
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