31 March 2013
Cote d'Ivoire - Note mensuelle sur l'évolution des prix, 2013
30 November 2012
Cote d'Ivoire - Note mensuelle sur l'évolution des prix, 2012
31 August 2012
Atypical drought conditions in the US causes wheat, maize and soya prices to soar (figure 1). According to data record-ed by the World Bank in July 2012, wheat increased by 50%, maize by 45% and soya by 30% since mid-June 2012. By contrast, rice prices remained stable until July 2012. Compared to the 5-year average, maize, soya and wheat increased by 59%, 44% and 31%, respectively, and rice increased only by 8%. A new bullish phase in inter-national markets could impact regional markets and the food access of West African households already affected by the current nutrition and food crisis.
28 June 2012
The assessment relies on secondary data from national market information systems. Primary data collection took place in May 2012 in a total of 42 markets in Burkina Faso (14 markets), Cote d’Ivoire (7 markets), Ghana (3 markets), Mali (15 markets) and Togo (3 markets). Data collection tools included a market questionnaire, a trader questionnaire and a transporter questionnaire. Primary data collection did not take place in northern Mali due to insecurity.
31 December 2011
Cote d'Ivoire - Note mensuelle sur l'évolution des prix, 2011
20 June 2011
The study covered 16 markets of the West, the North and the communes of Abobo and Yopougon, located in Abidjan. The team interviewed 197 traders involved in the grains and cash crop (cocoa and cashew) businesses. Community focus group interviews took place. Data collection took place from May 18 to June 3, 2011.
31 October 2008
This bulletin provides members of the regional-level Food Security and Nutrition and decision-makers in West Africa with an overview of the food security situation, including the impliaction of international and sub-regional market trends. On West African ma
31 May 2006
Analysis was set to identify missing or poor information on national markets , cross-border trade and variables underlying the pricing of products needed to food security of the Sahel.
31 January 2006
This study was undertaken as part of the World Food Programme (WFP) Strengthening Emergency Needs Assessments Capacity (SENAC) project. The objective of the project is to strengthen WFP capacity to assess emergency food needs through accurate and impartial assessments in the immediate aftermath of a crisis.