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 persistence of natural disasters and shocks in Burundi, the most frequent of which are water shortages, floods, hail, crop diseases such as severe mosaic and Banana Xanthomonas Wilt (BXW), maintain an agricultural context that stagnates almost every season. The situation is getting worse - for B [...]

Jun 2014 / Sep 2014

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The Livelihood Zones that make up the municipalities of Region 13, (departments of Valle, Choluteca, municipalities south of El Paraíso, south of Francisco Morazán, south of La Paz), have been classified in Phase 1 (Minimal) and Phase 2 (Stressed) for the period running from May 27th 2014 until 1 [...]

May 2014 / Nov 2014

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The food situation in Djibouti has improved substantially in some areas (Ali Sabieh and Tadjourah), while the effects of persistent drought are still felt in others (Obock) where livelihoods have been severely affected. The return to rainfall trend at the end of 2012 persisted in 2013, especially w [...]

May 2014 / May 2014

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

Key results for May 2014 Overall, there are over 3.5 million people (30% of the total population) in crisis or emergency food insecurity phases (IPC Phases 3 and 4). This is about 115% increase compared to the same time last year. However, the food insecurity situation varies widely from State t [...]

May 2014 / Aug 2014

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

Deterioration of food insecurity following the flaring up of the conflict since December 2013 and the early arrival of the lean season. Humanitarian assistance is crucial to support the agricultural season starting now and to avoid a humanitarian disaster.  Using the EFSA results of October 2013, [...]

Apr 2014 / May 2014

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The second rainy season usually runs from September to December. Over the past year, it stopped prematurely in October for some areas and in November for others. This situation led to the failure of end-of-year harvests in several agro-ecological zones (plains and dry mountains of the North-West, Ar [...]

Apr 2014 / Sep 2014

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

An estimated 857,000 people will be in Crisis and Emergency (IPC Phases 3 and 4) requiring urgent humanitarian assistance over the next six month period according to a joint assessment report by the Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit for Somalia (FSNAU), a project managed by UN’s Food an [...]

Feb 2014 / Jun 2014

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

A total of 23 counties were covered by the assessment that was conducted in February 2014. The aim of the assessment was to evaluate the performance and impacts of the October to December 2013 short rains on water quality and access, crop and livestock production, health and nutrition, markets and t [...]

Feb 2014 / Feb 2014

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

There are no key results available for this analysis.

Jan 2014 / Jan 2014

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