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  • 10/11/2015 — Market Analysis

    We'll Call You Back: WFP's 2 Way Communications in DRC

    In Goma, WFP sends out automated SMS surveys to student key informants to collect food prices in the local markets. The information is then recorded into an Interactive Voice Response system that beneficiaries can call to listen to information on food prices, WFP distribution dates, and phone survey dates free of charge. For more information on the project, please visit the VAM blog.

  • 15/12/2011 — Market Analysis SHOTLIST (PDF)

    WFP Response in South Sudan (For The Media)

    WFP is scaling up its operation to support 2.7 million hungry and conflict-affected people in 2012. Crop failure following erratic rains has led to very high food prices, aggravated by conflict, market disruption from border closures and an increase in demand from returnees and displaced people.

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