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Acute Food Insecurity Classification

NOTICE: Area Classification endorsed by the IPC Global Support Unit (GSU) as Indicative IPC Acute Phase Classification*. Population table represents the best estimate done by the Yemen IPC TWG and it is not endorsed as an IPC Outcome due to lack of sufficient and up to date outcome evidence. The t [...]

Jun 2015 / Aug 2015

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

As of 2014, about 4.8 million people (18.3% of the population of Yemen) are under Emergency, 5.8 million people under Crisis. 334,037 people are internally displaced and 215,381 are returnees. During the May-July 2014 period, the fuel shortage crisis and price rise contributed to an increase in foo [...]

Sep 2014 / Feb 2015

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

Although there has been a slight improvement comparing with the last IPC analysis in April 2013, food insecurity is still high due to inadequate physical and financial access to food with chronic or protracted conditions of extreme poverty, stable but high food prices and limited sources of income, [...]

Dec 2013 / Feb 2014

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The food security situation in Yemen is unstable. The 2nd IPC analysis of current acute food insecurity situation for April 2013 covered 13 Governorates, of which 7 have been classified in IPC Phase 3 Crisis and 6 have been classified in IPC Phase 4 Emergency. According to the Food consumption score [...]

Apr 2013 / Apr 2013

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The food security situation in Yemen is currently unstable. Currently, staple cereals are generally available mainly (>90%) from the market imported outside of the country. 46% (10,507,526) people are food insecure among which 24% (5,449,916) people are under Emergency (IPC Phase 2) and 22% [...]

Aug 2012 / Aug 2012

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