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IPC Chronic Analysis in Burundi

Mar 2015
Central Africa Burundi

Burundi is one of the three countries which rolled out the IPC-Chronic Analysis in East and Central Africa, since the second semester of 2014, following the six IPC-Chronic implementation steps.

The IPC-Chronic Analysis was conducted from 22 to 27 November 2014, following the IPC-Chronic Level 1 Training workshop held from 17  to 21 of the same month. Both the Training and the Analysis and were co-facilitated by 5 IPC Analysts from IPC GSU, FEWS NET, WFP Regional Office in Nairobi, EC-JRC and by the IPC Technical Support Officer for East and Central Africa. All the facilitators had participated in the First IPC-Chronic Level 1 Training of Trainers which took place in Rome, from 8 to 11 September 2014.

42 representatives from the Government, NGOs, civil society and development partners took part in the IPC-Chronic training and analysis workshops. The outcomes of the analysis are currently under technical clearance. Preliminary results were presented to the Food Security and Development Cluster in December.  In addition, discussions are ongoing about conducting response analysis workshops based on IPC-Chronic analysis on at least two provinces.

IPC in East and Central Africa

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