31 March 2009
WFP and partners undertook an assessment where populations that were affected by the conflict in 2006 had been resettled and were receiving food and livelihoods assistance since mid-2007 to establish the extent to which households had recovered their lives.
30 April 2008
In April 2008 , the Government and the WFP carried out this joint rapid assessment to determine the food security situation of the conflict-affected population in the district of Anhuradaphura, to evaluate their food security and level of vulnerability.
31 March 2008
This Emergency Food Security Assessment (EFSA) was conducted during March 2008. The objective of the EFSA mission were to assess the current food security situation in Trincomalee District.
30 November 2007
This Emergency Food Security Assessment (EFSA) was conducted over two weeks in November 2007, five months after the large scale return process started in Batticaloa district.
31 July 2007
The objectives of the EFSA were to assess the current food security situation among people who were displaced, returned or fishing families and how they are coping with the situation as well as to identifying food and non-food assistance needs.
30 June 2007
As part of WFP’s preparations for the next phase of the Protracted Relief and Recovery Operation (PRRO) covering 2008, a food security assessment took place from 15-30 April using secondary data from various sources. WFP used this opportunity to further pilot the Integrated Food Security and Humanitarian Phase Classification (IPC). The assessment team worked closely with a task force consisting of FAO, SCF-UK, CARE, World Vision, FIVIMS and HARTI Research Institute.
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