31 December 2008
This report, based on detailed literature review and discussions with selected key informants, presents a summary of current evidence and understanding of the impact of HFP (High Food Prices) in the Southern Africa region.
30 November 2008
Data was collected by a network of border monitors based at selected border points. Borders throughout the region have been surveyed and the most active and important borders have been selected for monitoring. The border monitors record data on prices.
28 August 2008
This report focuses on the assessements conducted by WFP in Democratic Republic of Congo on high food prices and their impact on urban dwellers in the following cities around the country: Kinshasa, Matadi, Mbandaka, Kisangani, Goma, Bukavu, and Lubumbashi.
31 December 2007
These reports are based on data collected by a network of border monitors based at selected border points. Borders throughout the region have been surveyed and the most active and important borders have been selected for monitoring.
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.
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