• Iraq - Market Monitor Report, 2017

    Iraq - Market Monitor Report: Issue No. 9, April 2017

  • Papua New Guinea - mVAM Monitoring

    In February 2016, WFP in close consultation with the National Disaster Center (NDC) of Papua New Guinea (PNG) conducted the first remote telephone-based survey in the country, using the mVAM (mobile...

  • Gambia - Monthly Market Monitor, 2017

    Market price monitoring is essential to understanding market performance, price trends of staple commodities and food availability; elements that are critical in determining transfer modality and...

  • Iran - Food and Nutrition Security, July 2016

    Iran has gone through economic downturn over the past years due to prolonged international sanctions. Soring food prices and subsidy cut have directly affected the food security situation among the...

  • Tajikistan - Food Security Monitoring, 2017

    Tajikistan - Food Security Monitoring, 2017

  • Syria - Food Security Bulletins

    Syria - mVAM Bulletin 14: Food prices fall as food accessibility improves in eastern Ghouta, Madaya and Deir-ez-Zor, May 2017 Lower food prices decrease the prevalence of inadequate food...

  • The Market Monitor

    This bulletin provides information on price changes for the most commonly consumed staples and their potential impacts on the cost of the basic food basket.

  • Lesotho - mVAM Monitoring

    In May 2016, mVAM launched in Lesotho. Data collection began in June 2016, with food security data collected from traders and households, using both in-house operators and a commercial call center....

  • 2017 - Namibia Country Strategic Plan (CSP) 2017-2022

    With the approval of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015, the international community set the course for development priorities until 2030. They seek to eradicate hunger and poverty in...

  • 2017 - Food Security and Nutrition Challenges in Mozambique

    Mozambique’s challenges in terms of food security and nutrition are multifaceted and, if not properly and quickly resolved, will place the country’s development at risk.