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Food Security and Vulnerability Assessment in Armenia
Food Security and Vulnerability Assessments (FSVA) in Armenia track the food security situation in the country and were initiated following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the Nagorno Karabakh (NK) conflict. This is the third FSVA assessment. It was carried out in all regions of Armenia and took place from February through April 2021.

Food Security and Vulnerability Assessment 3 (FSVA3) results show that households’ comprehensive food security level in April 2021 was 22.1 percent while 56.4 percent were marginally food secure, and 21.4 percent were moderately and severely food insecure. Compared to December 2020, food insecurity levels deteriorated by 2.9 percentage points