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Lesotho - Food Security Monitoring System Quarterly Bulletin, 2011

This bulletin is being piloted  to summarise the various  issues related to food security in Lesotho in order to present a concise update on a quarterly basis. Information comes from...

Libya - Emergency Food Security Assessment: Eastern Libya, June 2011

This Emergency Food Security Assessment covers Eastern Libya and is a first exercise to study food security and socio-economic aspects. A subsequent study of Western Libya, particularly the Nafusa...

Tunisia - Rapid Food Security Assessment: Libyan Refugees in Tunisia, June 2011

Nearly 41,500 Libyan refugees are currently hosted in Tunisia, mainly in the country’s poorest regions, where unemployment and poverty are above the national average. They mainly came from...

Mauritania - Système d’Information des Marchés, 2011

Mauritania - Système d’Information des Marchés, 2011

Sudan - Trends in Staple Food Prices in Selected Vulnerable States, 2011

This 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 Market Update...

Sierra Leone - Market Bulletins, 2011

 Sierra Leone - Market Bulletins, 2011

Liberia - Impacts of Rising Food - Fuel Prices and Refugee Influx: Emergency Food Security and Market Assessment, June 2011

The overall objective of the assessment is to gain a robust understanding of the impacts of rising food and fuel prices on three population groups: Urban and peri‐urban poor households, Rural...

Annual Report 2010 - Bhutan

Annual Report 2010 - Bhutan

Southern Africa - Regional Food Security Updates, 2011

Southern Africa - Regional Food Security Updates, 2011

occupied Palestinian territory - Changes on Gaza Market and Household Conditions following Israel's 20 June 2010 New Access Regime, June 2011

The Government of Israel (GoI) announced on 20 June 2010 its decision to “ease” the blockade on the Gaza Strip by expanding commercial crossings and improving access to humanitarian and...