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Emergency Assessments, Food Security Analysis
31 December 2013

Typhoon Haiyan is the most powerful storm ever recorded. It made landfall in the morning of 8 November in Guiuan, Eastern Samar province, causing extensive damage to life, housing, livelihoods and infrastructure across nine of the Philippine’s poorest provinces. The islands of Leyte and Samar were hardest hit: 90 percent of the infrastructure of Leyte’s largest urban center, Tacoloban City, was destroyed. Philippine authorities estimate that 13 million people have been affected, 3.4 million displaced, and at least 5,209 people are confirmed dead.
To better understand the impact of Typhoon Haiyan on affected population, more than 40 agencies conducted a multi-cluster initial rapid assessment (MIRA) in 9 provinces covering 92 municipalities and 283 barangays. The (MIRA) confirmed that the impacts of Typhoon Haiyan follow a relatively clear geographical pattern.

Emergency Assessments, Food Security Analysis
30 November 2013

Typhoon Haiyan is the most powerful storm ever recorded. It made landfall in the morning of 8 November in Guiuan, Eastern Samar province, causing extensive damage to life, housing, livelihoods and infrastructure across nine of the Philippine’s poorest provinces. The islands of Leyte and Samar were hardest hit: 90 percent of the infrastructure of Leyte’s largest urban center, Tacoloban City, was destroyed. Philippine authorities estimate that 13 million people have been affected, 3.4 million displaced, and at least 5,209 people are confirmed dead.
To better understand the impact of Typhoon Haiyan on affected population, more than 40 agencies conducted a multi-cluster initial rapid assessment (MIRA) in 9 provinces covering 92 municipalities and 283 barangays. The (MIRA) confirmed that the impacts of Typhoon Haiyan follow a relatively clear geographical pattern.

Emergency Assessments, Food Security Analysis
31 May 2010

In terms of household food consumption scores, an interesting finding from the EFSA was that though the majority of households reported an acceptable food consumption pattern, a significant minority did not.

Emergency Assessments, Food Security Analysis
31 January 2010

The primary objective of this assessment was to update the existing information on the situation of IDPs in evacuation camps and examine the status of returnees and resettlers in terms of food security, livelihoods and their coping practices.

Emergency Assessments, Food Security Analysis
31 March 2009

In January 2009, World Food Programme and UNICEF with the support of government and nutrition cluster partners conducted a Joint Emergency Nutrition and Food Security Assessment of the conflict-affected IDP population in Central Mindanao.

Emergency Assessments, Food Security Analysis
30 November 2007

The findings of this report indicate that structural issues have caused a chronic food insecurity situation in Mindanao. The results of the assessment show that 26 percent of the interviewed households are assessed as severely food insecure.

Emergency Assessments, Food Security Analysis
28 February 2007

The general objectives of the assessment were to evaluate the impact of the typhoons which affected livelihoods, and identify food assistance requirements for the next three to nine months.