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Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The analysis of the 12th IPC cycle conducted in DRC covered the entire rural areas of the national territory. The work performed by the technical groups showed that: 7 territories are in Emergency (Phase 4) in the provinces of Katanga (Manono, Mitwaba and Pweto), of Maniema (Punia), of South Kivu [...]

Dec 2014 / Jun 2015

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The 11th IPC analysis cycle covers five of the eleven provinces of the country, located in Eastern DRC and mostly affected by armed conflicts in a context of generalized poverty and weak representation of State Institutions.  The analysis took into account 67 territories and the findings depending [...]

Jun 2014 / Dec 2014

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The 10th analysis cycle on the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification undertaken in December 2013 revealed that 6.7 million people are classified in Phases 3 (Crisis) and 4 (Emergency) and are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance. In comparison with the 9th cycle of June, food securit [...]

Dec 2013 / Jun 2014

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

According to the 9th IPC analysis led in June 2013, 6.35 million people experience food insecurity in DRC, classified in IPC phases 3 Crisis and 4 Emergency. Compared to the previous analysis of October 2012 (updated in December 2012), there has been a very slight overall improvement.  Efforts mad [...]

Jun 2013 / Sep 2013

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The 8th analysis cycle on the Integrated Food Security Classification Framework (IPC) of DRC held in December 2012 identified 6.4 million people affected by a situation of food and livelihood crises, 77 regions have been classified in phase 3 and 8 regions in Phase 4 throughout DRC. The affected are [...]

Dec 2012 / Dec 2012

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