Publications
Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
30 April 2009

This follow-up assessments aim to shed light on the current condition of the flood-affected population and assess the impact of relief efforts on the recovery of people’s livelihoods.

Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
1 March 2009

This report methodically assesses to properly understand, the full extent of livelihood and economic costs which result from bandhs and labour strikes, and presents the types of substantial action that could be immediately undertaken to end the endemic.

Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
28 February 2009

The WFP Food Security Monitoring and Analysis System (FSMAS) is continuously surveying many of Nepal’s districts to update information on the crop situation, rainfall patterns, market developments, disaster incidences, peace situation and food security.

Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
26 February 2009

The Nepal staple food market reviews the food prices, inflation, fuel prices, income and food expenditure.

Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
24 February 2009

The Food Security Bulletin is published on a quarterly basis by WFP. It contains an up-to-date account of the food security sitution in Nepal. Household food security is assessed based on a large household sample survey that is conducted by WFP field monitors every quarter.

Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
31 December 2008

The Market Watch is a monthly publication produced jointly by:

  • WFP - World Food Programme 
  • MoAC - Department of Agriculture, Agribusiness Promotion and Marketing Development Directorate (ABPMDD)
  • FNCCI - Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industries
  • CIPF - Consumer Protection Interest Forum

The aim of the Market Watch is  to provide up-to-date information on market developments in Nepal. It monitors price and supply conditions in rural and urban markets across Nepal.

Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
31 December 2008

Th is report considers the mass phenomena of migration within Nepal. In particular, it considers the role of migration among poor, rural and often food insecure communities in the Far- and Mid-Western Hills of Nepal, for whom migration to India has become an accepted and widely adopted component of their livelihood strategy. Migration has become so common, that even during harvest season, 44 per cent of households across Nepal have one or more family members absent pursuing distant labour opportunities.

Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
30 November 2008

The Food Security Bulletin is published on a quarterly basis by WFP. It contains an up-to-date account of the food security sitution in Nepal. Household food security is assessed based on a large household sample survey that is conducted by WFP field monitors every quarter.

Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
30 June 2008

These bulletins aim to shed light on the current condition of the flood-affected population and assess the impact of relief efforts on the recovery of people’s livelihoods.

Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
30 April 2008

The WFP Food Security Monitoring and Analysis System (FSMAS) is continuously surveying many of Nepal’s districts to update information on the crop situation, rainfall patterns, market developments, disaster incidences, peace situation and food security.