31 January 2015
The general objective of the Food and Nutrition Security Assessment was to estimate food security and nutrition status of the refugee population in refugee settlements nation wide in order to generate surveillance data to evaluate program performance and to provide a basis for future programming.
31 December 2014
The assessment was a joint effort with data collection and nutrition analysis being led by by Makerere University, School of Public Health & UNICEF; and food security analysis conducted by the Analysis, Monitoring & Evaluation (AME) Unit of WFP Uganda.
16 September 2014
- Heavy rainfall in South Sudan and insecurity along the transport routes, has resulted in a decrease in the arrival rates, especially into Uganda and Kenya.
- Relocation from Leitchuor and Nip-Nip camps in Ethiopia is underway as the Government continues to identify land for resettlement of new arrivals.
- WFP requires US$111 million for the next six months to meet the needs of new arrivals from South Sudan and existing refugees in all four countries.
- Since mid-December, more than 450,000 South Sudanese have arrived in Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia and Sudan.
30 June 2014
In summary, the main causes of household food insecurity across the region can be attributed to a reduced access to food (in particular non-staples), a result of (1) lack of sufficient livelihood and income generating options at the household level (2) high food prices which are a result of supply – demand imbalances which is further exacerbated by the lack of sufficient food being produced (availability) in the area. The above factors naturally result in inadequate food consumption and poor dietary diversity for large sections of the population. Poor nutritional status amongst children is a result of (a) a combination of high incidence of fever, malaria, diarrhoea, poor sanitation facilities, lack of Vitamin A supplementation and (b) poor dietary diversity (rather than a lack of food per se).
31 March 2014
The overall objective of this post-harvest assessment was to determine the level of crop and livestock production and output in Karamoja during the 2013 season and the resultant implications for the current and projected food security situation in the region in 2014. This assessment follows up on the recommendations of the joint rapid food security assessment conducted by FAO, WFP, OPM and MAAIF in August 2013, and is therefore intended to inform the short-term and intermediate (2014) planning and response analysis processes among government, donors, UN, NGO and other stakeholders in the food security sector.
31 August 2007
The purpose of the study was to determine the degree of food insecurity in Northern Uganda. The study focused on the Gulu, Pader and Kitgum, mother and transit camps, the and Oyamin, Amuria, and Katakwithe mother camps and Lira resettlement camps.
31 August 2007
The purpose of the study was to determine the degree of food insecurity in the Karamoja region of Uganda. The study stratified the region based on its 8 counties (Labwor, Dodoth, Jie, Bokora, Matheniko, Pian, Chekwi, and Pokot).
31 January 2007
This food security assessment provides an assessment of the food security situation of the IDPs in the Acholi sub-region within the context of possible return and resettlement.
30 November 2000
This report provides both the initial design phase and reflects back on the EFNA experience after completion of field data collection, and begins the process of further development and improvement of an EFNA methodology that can potentially be adapted by other WFP operational circumstances.
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