31 August 2011
In mid-August 2011, World Food Programme (WFP) conducted a rapid market assessment to monitor, re-assess and verify critical issues identified in the Emergency Market Mapping and Analysis (EMMA) mission to eastern Libya in June. Limited to the Benghazi area and focusing specifically on the wheat supply chain, WFP found that markets are functioning relatively well in the Benghazi area.
30 June 2011
This assessment analyzes the stresses placed on the crucial markets systems of wheat flour and local tomato production in eastern Libya, following the rise of civil conflict in mid February 2011. Wheat production and importation represents the foundation of the primary component of the Libyan wheat‐based food basket (bread, couscous and pasta) while tomatoes represent a staple vegetable in the Libyan diet.
- 8 December 2011 Assessment mission to southern Libya
- 30 August 2011 WFP Responds To Urgent Humanitarian Needs In Libya
- 4 August 2011 WFP Delivers Food For Ramadan
- 17 June 2011 Getting Food To Conflict-Torn Libya