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South Sudan - Food Security and Nutrition Monitoring, 2015

South Sudan - Food Security and Nutrition Monitoring, 2015

Iraq - mVAM Monitoring

In February 2015, WFP started remote phone-based data collection and food security monitoring in Iraq through the mVAM (mobile Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping) approach. Survey respondents are...

Kenya - Food Security and Outcome Monitoring, 2015

WFP’s household food security and outcome monitoring looks at food security indicators among beneficiaries and non-beneficiaries across the livelihood zones.

Iraq - Bulletin #6: Food security worsens for IDPs in Anbar as conflict and displacement increase, May 2015

Food security is of particular concern for areas that were directly affected by conflict and displacement in April, including the governorates of Anbar, Duhok, Ninewa and Diyala. Vulnerability is...

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 ...

South Sudan Lessons Learned Summary Report

This Lessons Learned Summary report identifies key lessons drawn from the experiences of WFP staff involved in the South Sudan Corporate Response from February to December 2012.

Impact of West Africa Ebola Outbreak on Food Security and Staple Food Prices

WFP’s food security analysis/VAM service is actively monitoring the food security situation across the three primary countries affected by Ebola: Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. Various...

Liberia and Sierra Leone - mVAM Regional Bulletin #6: Coping remains high in Ebola-affected Kambia and Port Loko, April 2015

In April, fewer households used negative coping strategies in Sierra Leone, notably in the districts of Kailahun/Kono and Bombali/Tonkolili/Koinadugu. The highest levels of negative coping are seen...

Liberia - mVAM Bulletin #18: Rice and oil prices rise significantly in Lofa County, April 2015

The use of negative coping strategies remained stable in April. National food prices remained stable. However, the price of imported rice, local rice and palm oil increased significantly in Lofa...

Sierra Leone - mVAM Bulletin #17: Coping remains high in Ebola-affected Kambia and Port Loko, April 2015

In April, fewer households used negative coping strategies in Sierra Leone, notably in the districts of Kailahun/Kono and Bombali/Tonkolili/Koinadugu. The highest levels of negative coping are seen...