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Refugees and IDPs, Food Security Analysis
31 October 2011

Joint Assessment Mission Report on the Refugee Settlement of Osire, Namibia, following the mission that took place in October 2011.
Since 1999 Osire received 23,000 Angolan refugees, and more refugees arrived after. At the moment of the report still remain 6,936 -62 percent from Angola, 29 percent from the Democratic Republic of Congo and 4 percent from Burundi.
The main findings are that 8.5 percent of the settlement population is severely food insecure (poor and borderline food consumption, with poor food access) and is still heavily dependent on food assistance to survive. A large majority of those in the Moderate Food Insecure category also depend on food assistance for the major component of their food consumption. Anaemia is also a significant public health problem.
For further details, please go through the report.

Refugees and IDPs, Food Security Analysis
30 June 2009

The mission concluded that 61.5% of the settlement population is food insecure and is still heavily dependent on food aid to survive.

Refugees and IDPs, Food Security Analysis
29 February 2008

A UNHCR/WFP Joint Assessment and Evaluation Mission (JAEM) in Osire camp (Namibia) was held from 28 Feb to 05 Mar 2008. The mission focused on assessing food security and livelihood options for refugees and asylum seekers.

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