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Follow-Up Household Food Security Assessment, September 2012

An estimated 25% of households, or about 1.3 million people, were found to be food-insecure during the September 2012 Emergency Food Security Assessment. This is a significant deterioration on a year...

Zimbabwe - Food Security Brief, 2012

Zimbabwe - Food Security Brief, 2012

Sudan - Food Security Update, 2012

Sudan - Food Security Update, 2012

Sudan - Market Monitor, 2012

This quarterly bulletin provides information on price changes for the most commonly consumed staples and their potential impacts on the cost of the food basket and is a compliment to the Monthly...

Bangladesh - Food Security Monitoring System, 2012

This food security monitoring report presents the overall food security situation in Bangladesh; focusing on crop production, food prices trends and household food access. It also analyzes...

Haiti - Rapport d'Evaluation d'urgence des impacts du cyclone Sandy sur la sécurité alimentaire, December 2012

Les objectifs de l’évaluation ont été les suivants : Evaluer les dégâts sur le secteur agricole au niveau des communes affectées Évaluer l’impact sur la sécurité alimentaire au niveau...

Democratic Republic of Congo - Bulletin mensuel de suivi des prix des produits alimentaires, 2012

Bulletin mensuel de suivi des prix des produits alimentaires en RDC

Cambodia - Food Security and Nutrition Quarterly Bulletin, 2012

The Cambodia Food Security and Nutrition Quarterly Bulletin aims to provide decision makers with a regular overview of trends and emerging threats relating to food and nutrition security in Cambodia...

Tajikistan - Food Security Monitoring System, 2012

The Food Security Monitoring System (FSMS) provides a seasonal snapshot of food insecurity in rural Tajikistan by analyzing data from 665 households and 475 key informants across 19 livelihood/...

Kenya - Food Security and Outcome Monitoring, 2012

WFP’s household food security and outcome monitoring looks at food security indicators among beneficiaries and non-beneficiaries across the livelihood zones.