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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 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

The IPC Acute Food Insecurity Analysis Workshop (5-16 November) covered for the first time all 34 provinces of Afghanistan.  Badakhshan and Ghor are the provinces worst affected by acute food insecurity, classified in Phase 4 (emergency) and must be highly prioritized for assistance.  14 provi [...]

Nov 2013 / Dec 2013

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

15 percent of the population has minimally adequate food consumption and is unable to afford some essential non-food expenditures (IPC Phase 2 - Stressed) and engaging in some irreversible coping strategies to meet their food need. The majority of these are spread over Karamoja, Teso and Acholi regi [...]

Nov 2013 / Nov 2013

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

178th country by GDP in 2010, the Central African Republic (CAR) continues to face the deterioration of the humanitarian situation as a result of recurrent armed conflicts, with dramatic effects on the vulnerability of rural communities (very poor health infrastructures, armed gangs Terror, and a nu [...]

Nov 2013 / Dec 2013

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

In June-July 2013, the FSNAU in collaboration with regional governments and several partner agencies carried out food security and nutrition assessments across Somalia. The purpose of the assessment was to gather information required for food security and nutrition situation analysis for rural [...]

Jul 2013 / Dec 2013

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

Until the end of September most of the areas analyzed are in Phase 1 (Minimal). This is because the harvest of the first cycle is recent and most households have a maize stock. The sale of a part of the reserve and the different employment opportunities, especially the ones related to the last cycl [...]

Sep 2013 / Sep 2013

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

The spring harvests, which are taking place successively in some livelihood zones, have provided households with their own production for consumption and sale. However, in poor and very poor households in dry areas (dry farming and fishing areas, plateau agro-pastoral areas, dry agropastoral areas), [...]

Jun 2013 / Jul 2013

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

According to the analysis of Acute food insecurity the country has been classified at IPC Phases 1 (Minimal), 2 (Stressed), 3 (Crisis), (IPC Phase 4 Emergency was found in two localities in North Darfur State: besides North Darfur it was found in Red Sea, Blue Nile and white Nile).  There is an im [...]

Aug 2013 / Oct 2013

Acute Food Insecurity Classification

Food security is largely rainfall dependent in Kenya. This makes the assessment of the performance of the bimodal nature of rainfall on crops and livestock of great importance. Basically, Kenya can be divided into two broad - the Arid and Semi-Arid (ASAL) zone and a Medium- to High-potential croppin [...]

Aug 2013 / Feb 2014

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