- The distribution of food assistance has impacted positively on beneficiaries in Monguno leading to a decrease in the proportion of households with poor food consumption from 44% at baseline to 5% in February 2017.
- On average, households with acceptable food consumption consumed cereals for 7 days, pulses for 4 days, vegetable for 7 days and meat for 2 days, with the consumption of sugar and oil improving to 4 and 7 days from 2 and 6 days respectively compared to the baseline.
- The proportion of poor food consumption households is higher for households that consumed one meal per day (34%).
- In spite of the substantial decrease in the proportion of households with poor food consumption as compared to the baseline, the use of coping strategies remain high among all households.
- There has been an improvement in the global acute malnutrition rate based on a rapid MUAC screening of children 6-59 months; about 6.24% in January 2017 compared to 27.3% findings of the August 2016 rapid assessment.
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