This Handbook is intended for use when an Emergency Food Security Assessment (EFSA) is conducted in emergency situations or protracted crises, whether due to sudden natural disasters, disease, economic collapses or conflicts. An EFSA covers the geographic areas affected and determines the impact on households and their livelihoods.
Emergency Food Security Assessment Handbook (EFSA) - Second Edition, 2009
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- Analyses assessments and case studies
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