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Tajikistan - Integrated Food Security and Humanitarian Phase Classification, April 2008

Between June and December 2007, WFP and the Tajikistan Food Coordination Forum (including FAO, UNICEF, WFP, Oxfam, Save the Children, Agha Khan Foundation, Mission East and Action Against Hunger)...

Ethiopia - Humanitarian Requirements for 2008, April 2008

The 2006 joint Government-humanitarian partners’ seasonal assessments in cropping and pastoral areas, which estimated emergency food requirements in 2007, indicated vast improvement in the food...

Uzbekistan - Poverty and Food Insecurity, April 2008

Uzbekistan - Poverty and Food Insecurity, April 2008

Myanmar - Food Security Profiling Report: Kokang Special Region, April 2008

This Report summarizes the findings of the Food Security Profiling assessment carried out in Myanmar (Kokang) in April 2008. During the premonsoon period April 2008, 271 household, in 27 villages in...

Guidelines for HIV/AIDS interventions in emergency settings

The Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) is issuing Guidelines for HIV/AIDS interventions in Emergency Settings to help individuals and organizations in their efforts to address the special needs...

Cost of Nutritional Support for HIV/AIDS Projects: What Would it Cost?

WFP and UNAIDS believe that nutritional support is a vital component of all HIV and AIDS interventions.

Getting Started: Programming Food Assistance for Orphans and Vulnerable Children

Getting Started: Programming Food Assistance for Orphans and Vulnerable Children aims to provide comprehensive guidance and direction (often to other resources) for World Food Programme (WFP) field...

Expanded version: HIV, Food Security and Nutrition

Often neglected, food security1 and nutrition2 are critical for individuals, households and communities affected by HIV. Lack of food security and poor nutritional status may hasten progression to...

Food Assistance Programming in the Context of HIV: Ration Design Guide

WFP supports multiple types of activities that aim to mitigate, prevent, and treat HIV. Given the relatively new nature of many of these programmes, one of the most frequently asked questions is “...