This Bulletin – jointly prepared by Government partners and WFP (in English and Bahasa Indonesian) – provides an overview of the climate situation and impacts on agriculture and food security from April to June 2022 as well as the climate outlook from August to October 2022.
The MEB increased by 52 percent yearly and reached TRY 878 in March 2022. The monthly inflation rate reached 61 percent and the Turkish Lira was depreciated and USDTRY exchanged for 14.6. The Ukrainian war increased the energy costs globally, affecting Türkiye adversely.
UNHAS is a critical lifeline transporting humanitarian workers and lifesaving cargo to some of the most challenging and hard-to-reach locations. This brief provides an overview of their operations in Cameroon.
In 2021, WFP assisted 894,000 refugees, internally-displaced people and vulnerable host populations with 39,700 metric tons of food and US$10.7 million as cash transfers. Learn more about WFP activities in 2022 from the Operational Updates.
The Food Security Bulletin is part of the national information and early warning system which provides up to date contextual information on the state of food and nutrition security in Timor-Leste. WFP provides technical support in the analysis through the Inter-Ministerial Council for Food Security, Food Sovereignty and Nutrition (KONSSANTIL).
In light of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict and Eid-al-Fitr celebrations, this Bulletin provides information and analysis on the availability and prices of strategic food commodities in the first quarter of 2022. It also includes a special analysis on palm oil, focusing on the global and domestic market trends as well as recent interventions on regulating exports and price fluctuations in Indonesia.
This Bulletin provides a remote sensing analysis from satellite imagery compiled with data from Government partners to monitor the climate situation between January-March 2022. It depicts how the prevailing conditions impact agriculture within this period and provides a near-term perspective, including the rainfall forecast for the next three months (April-June 2022).
The MEB increased by 21 percent yearly and reached TRY 626 in September 2021. The Turkish economy grew by 21.7 percent in Q2 2021, but the pressure on the exchange rates and high inflation rates remain as challenges.
The MEB increased by 32 percent yearly and reached TRY 731 in December 2021. The monthly inflation rate reached 36 percent, the Turkish Lira depreciated and USD/TRY was exchanged for 13.5. As per the Turkish economy, it grew by 9.1 percent in Q4 2021.
The Bulletin examines satellite imagery and data from Government partners to assess the climate anomaly during May - July 2021 and how the prevailing conditions might impact on rice production in real-time and with near-term perspective. It also provides a rainfall forecast for the coming months.