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IPC ALERT - SOUTH SUDAN: FOOD INSECURITY AND MALNUTRITION SITUATION REMAINS AT DIRE LEVELS ACROSS SOUTH SUDAN

In September 2018, 6.1 million people (59% of the total population) are facing Crisis (IPC Phase 3), Emergency (IPC Phase 4) and Catastrophe (IPC Phase 5). During the post –harvest period October-December 2018, the number of people in need of humanitarian [...]
Newsletters  |   28/09/2018   |  East and Central Africa   |  South Sudan

IPC ALERT - SOUTH SUDAN: Food security situation continues to be hampered and deteriorating

The food security situation continues to be hampered and deteriorating due to prolonged conflict, displacement, humanitarian access constraints, climatic shocks and macro-economic instability.
Newsletters  |   06/11/2017   |  East and Central Africa   |  South Sudan

SOUTH SUDAN - Food insecurity and malnutrition situation remains at dire levels across the country

HIGHLIGHTS:  In September 2018, 6.1 million people (59% of the total population) are facing Crisis (IPC Phase 3), Emergency (IPC Phase 4) and Catastrophe (IPC Phase 5). Populations facing “Catastrophe” (IPC Phase 5) are located in the following counties: Leer, Mayendit, [...]
Newsletters  |   28/09/2017   |  East and Central Africa   |  South Sudan

SOUTH SUDAN - FOOD INSECURITY SITUATION STILL DIRE AND WIDESPREAD

Based on the South Sudan IPC Technical Working Group results:  As of May 2017, 5.5 million people were estimated in Crisis (IPC Phase 3), Emergency (IPC Phase 4) and Catastrophe (IPC Phase 5). As of June-July 2017, the number of people in [...]
Newsletters  |   21/06/2017   |  East and Central Africa   |  South Sudan

IPC ALERT - SOUTH SUDAN: Food Insecurity situation still dire and widespread

Despite efforts made to contain famine, 6 million people are in need of urgent assistance - the greatest number of food insecure people ever recorded in South Sudan. 
Newsletters  |   01/05/2017   |  East and Central Africa   |  South Sudan

IPC ALERT - YEMEN: Food Insecurity Continues to Worsen

  As of March and throughout July 2017, 17 million people are estimated to be in Crisis (IPC Phase 3) and Emergency (IPC Phase 4) and require urgent humanitarian assistance. This corresponds to 60% of the population and represents a 20% increase [...]
Newsletters  |   30/03/2017   |  Asia   |  Yemen

YEMEN - FOOD INSECURITY CONTINUES TO WORSEN

HOW MANY & WHEN  As of March and throughout July 2017, 17 million people are estimated to be in Crisis (IPC Phase 3) and Emergency (IPC Phase 4) and require urgent humanitarian assistance. This corresponds to 60% of the population and represents [...]
Newsletters  |   15/03/2017   |  Asia   |  Yemen

SOUTH SUDAN - LOCALIZED FAMINE AND UNPRECEDENTED LEVELS OF ACUTE MALNUTRITION IN GREATER UNITY

HOW MANY & WHEN: As of January 2017, 3.8 million were estimated in Crisis (IPC Phase 3), Emergency (IPC Phase 4) and Catastrophe (IPC Phase 5). As of February-April 2017, the number of people estimated in need of humanitarian assistance (IPC phase [...]
Newsletters  |   20/02/2017   |  East and Central Africa   |  South Sudan

IPC ALERT ON BORNO STATE, NIGERIA: URGENT HUMANITARIAN ACTION NEEDED TO RESPOND TO AN ELEVATED RISK OF FAMINE

Cadre Harmonisé (CH) analysis at Senatorial Zone Level in October 2016 confirmed a very severe food insecurity and nutrition situation in Borno state, projecting the population in CH Phase 5 will increase from 55,000 to 115,000 people. A  FEWS NET IPC [...]
Newsletters  |   31/12/2016   |  West Africa (CH)   |  Nigeria

IPC Newsletter - June 2016

The eight issue of the IPC GSU Quarterly Newsletter, June 2016 highlights important initiatives and developments undertaken at different levels since January 2016, among them: at the global level, the new partnerships secured for IPC, the technical challenges facing the [...]
Newsletters  |   01/07/2016   |  Global
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