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P4P Monthly Updates - 2014

Every month the Purchase for Progress (P4P) team produces a newsletter, highlighting events, reports, stories from the field and other key developments in this innovative five-year...

Cambodia - Food Price and Wage Bulletin, 2014

WFP Cambodia’s Food Price and Wage Bulletin monitors the price of food commodities and wage rates of unskilled laborers on a monthly basis. The Bulletin aims to detect changes and identify...

Yemen - Monthly Market Watch, 2014

Yemen - Monthly Market Watch, 2014

Nepal - Crop Situation Update: A Joint Assessment of the 2013 Summer Crops and Outlook of 2013/14 Winter Crops, February 2014

The Crop Situation Update is produced by the Ministry of Agricultural Development (MoAD), World Food Programme (WFP), and Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). It is published twice a year and...

Kyrgyz Republic - Monthly Price and Food Security Update, 2014

The purpose of this monthly update is to provide near to real time insights into the rapidly changing food security environment, particularly food price and its impact at the household level.

Ethiopia - Monthly Market Watch, 2014

Ethiopia - Monthly Market Watch, 2014

Senegal - Bulletin sur l'evolution des prix, 2014

This bulletin aims to deepen and complement the existing information on market prices of cereals and pulses in Senegal with other trade indicators in order to inform on the current and future trends...

Pakistan - Market Price Bulletin, 2014

This report measures the Market conditions using International prices, domestic prices and availability other market indicators.

Nepal - Market Watch, 2014

The Market Watch is a monthly publication produced jointly by: WFP - World Food Programme MoAC - Department of Agriculture, Agribusiness Promotion and Marketing Development Directorate (ABPMDD)...

WFP Emergency Preparedness and Response in Latin America and the Caribbean

When disaster strikes, the World Food Programme leads in providing life-saving assistance. Victims of natural disasters can lose everything in seconds, and a timely response makes the difference...