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WFP Myanmar: Rakhine Operational Brief

Rakhine State is located in the western part of Myanmar, bordering with Chin State in the north, Magway, Bago and Ayeyarwaddy Regions in the east, Bay of Bengal to the west and Chittagong Division of...

Piloting Cash Transfers to Schools in Isiolo, Kenya: Lessons Learned

This document shares the experiences of the World Food Programme (WFP) and the Government of Kenya Cash Transfer to Schools (CTS) pilot carried out in Isiolo County in 2013-2014. The pilot...

Seasonal Monitor

The WFP Seasonal Monitor examines satellite imagery of rainfall and vegetation in order to assess the development of the growing season and how such conditions might ...

2016 - Central African Republic: Seeds For Change

The World Food Programme and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization are working together with farming families in C.A.R. to ensure they have food now as well as at the next harvest. This...

Iraq - Bulletin #17: Concerns over rising food prices in Fallujah and increasing food insecurity in Ninewa, April 2016

Internally displaced persons (IDPs), returnees and households in conflict-affected areas are the most vulnerable and food insecure. Although many households are using negative coping strategies,...

Ethiopia - Monthly Market Watch, 2016

Ethiopia - Monthly Market Watch, 2016

République Démocratique du Congo - Bulletin d'information sur les marchés des produits agricoles, 2016

Avril 2016, points saillants: Les restrictions imposées sur les exportations par la Zambie, les rétentions des stocks par des commerçants, l’enclavement des zones de production, les...

South Sudan - mVAM Monitoring

South Sudan - mVAM Monitoring

Turkey - Basic Needs Programming in Turkey: Establishing Targeting Criteria and a Minimum Expenditure Basket, April 2016

This report starts by discussing the current refugee situation in Turkey, including most recent figures, geographic distribution across the country and an overview of their food security and...

Malawi - Bulletin #4: The harvest brings lower food prices, April 2016

Food prices have fallen by 40 percent countrywide since March, increasing household purchasing power. However, this trend is expected to be short lived due to low crop yields. The low yields mean...