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IPC Chronic Food Insecurity Classification 2015

The IPC is a set standardized protocols (tools & procedures) to classify the severity of food insecurity situations for evidence-based strategic decision-making. It provides information on the situation (How bad); the most affected geographical areas and populations within those areas [...]
Briefs  |   20/05/2015   |  Global

IPC Acute Malnutrition Classification 2015

Since its inception, the IPC has focused primarily on the analysis and classification of food insecurity situations and related outcomes. Although nutrition elements are integrated within the IPC analysis, currently the IPC does not incorporate a full nutrition situation overview [...]
Briefs  |   20/05/2015   |  Global

IPC in Asia 2015

In Asia the IPC took off in 2011 thanks to a regional project funded by ECHO, which provided support in the implementation of country-level IPC trainings and capacity building. IPC was introduced in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Pakistan and Philippines and [...]
Briefs  |   20/05/2015   |  Asia

IPC in East and Central Africa 2015

East and Central Africa Region was the staring point for the worldwide implementation of IPC. Currently, most of the countries in the Region conduct IPC Acute Food Insecurity Analyses, including: Burundi, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, [...]
Briefs  |   20/05/2015   |  East and Central Africa

IPC in Central America and the Caribbean

The IPC introduction process started in Honduras, in May 2010. Since then, IPC trainings and analyses have taken place in four other countries: Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Haiti.In all these countries, different food security institutions and partners, including national [...]
Briefs  |   20/05/2015   |  Latin America & Caribbean

IPC in Southern Africa 2015

The IPC initiative in Southern Africa is guided and implemented within the Region through the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Regional Vulnerability Assessment Committee (RVAC). The SADC RVAC provides technical coordination and support to SADC member countries in the Region [...]
Briefs  |   20/05/2015   |  Southern Africa

IPC in Asia 2015

In Asia the IPC took off in 2011 thanks to a regional project funded by ECHO, which provided support in the implementation of country-level IPC trainings and capacity building. IPC was introduced in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Pakistan and Philippines and [...]
Briefs  |   20/05/2015   |  Asia

IPC in East and Central Africa 2015

The East and Central Africa Region was the staring point for the worldwide implementation of IPC. Currently, most of the countries in the Region conduct IPC Acute Food Insecurity Analyses, including: Burundi, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, [...]
Briefs  |   20/05/2015   |  East and Central Africa

IPC support to West Africa 2014

Since the early 2000s, the Permanent Interstate Committee for Drought Control in the Sahel (CILSS) has been engaged in the development and testing of the Harmonized Framework for the Analysis and Identification of Areas at Risk and Vulnerable Groups in [...]
Briefs  |   24/11/2014   |  West Africa

Uses and Impacts of IPC as 2014

This brief, based on the results of the Baseline Study on the Use and Impact of IPC, highlights the role played by IPC in positively influencing security policy and resource allocation targeting specific geographic areas for emergency food security responses. [...]
Briefs  |   14/10/2014   |  Global
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