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 - Highlights Data is coming in from the 20th round of the countrywide Food Security and Nutrition Monitoring System (FSNMS) assessments being conducted in preparation for next IPC release (planned for September). Crop assessments are ongoing, with a focus on monitoring the outbreak of the Fall armyworm, and preparations are underway for an ...read more
07/08/2017
 - Highlights The main planting season is underway in South Sudan and it is critical that farmers are able to safely access their fields for planting, weeding and harvesting. In 2016, despite the worsening security situation, South Sudan’s smallholder farmers produced over 825 000 tonnes of cereals, demonstrating that food production remains ...read more
18/07/2017
 - Highlights FAO led monitoring assessments of crop, rainfall, market price and livestock conditions ongoing. Food Security and Nutrition Monitoring System Round 20 is under way targeting all counties in preparation for next IPC release (planned for September). Preparation is underway for 50 Farmer Field Schools, and Junior Farmer Field Schools to take place ...read more
17/07/2017
 - The world faces one of the largest food crises in 70 years, with 20 million people in four countries — northeastern Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen — at risk of famine. If no action is taken, an additional 10 million will be threatened by famine. Famine has already been declared ...read more
06/07/2017
 - Highlights Preposition of inputs for second planting season in the Greater Equatoria region is underway, ready for distribution before August. FAO currently working with the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security to investigate outbreak of the Fallarmyworm in Magwi, and extent of damage to crops. According to latest IPC analysis 6.01 million people ...read more
30/06/2017
 - Highlights FAO Rapid Response Team plan to reach 83 440 households with direct distributions by the end of June Seed Fairs have finished in Lakes, NorthernBahrel-Ghazal, Western Bahrel Ghazal and Warrap; and are under completion in Upper Nile in time for the main planting season (June/July) Foot-and-mouth Disease outbreaks have been confirmed in ...read more
09/06/2017
 - Highlights The main planting season is underway in South Sudan and it is critical that farmers are able to safely access their fields for planting, weeding and harvesting. In 2016, despite the worsening security situation, South Sudan’s smallholder farmers produced over 825 000 tonnes of cereals, demonstrating that food production remains ...read more
31/05/2017
 - Highlights FAO South Sudan Rapid Response Team has carried out direct distributions to 1 200 HH in Mayenditand 1 500 HH in Leah Seed Fairs are currently ongoing, targeting 64 000 HH country-wide FAO has vaccinated 526 000 cattle and 371 000 shoats and treated 422 000 cattle and 343 000 shoats Foot-and-Mouth Disease ...read more
30/05/2017
 - Highlights Famine was declared in two counties (Leer and Mayendit) with a risk of famine in a further two (Koch and Panyijiar). The Government made the declaration on 20 February 2017, based on the latest Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) analysis. 4.9 million People are severely food insecure (IPC Phases 3, ...read more
28/02/2017
 - Highlights In 2017, the food security situation in South Sudan is expected to deteriorate to unprecedented levels – the risk of famine is real for thousands of people in conflict-affected communities and in structurally food deficit areas, against a background of widespread market failure. FAO is seeking USD 61 million under the ...read more
31/01/2017
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