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THE CRISIS IN NUMBERS

20million people would be severely food insecure without HFA
13governorates would be experiencing catastrophic conditions
85percent of farming households lack access to water and fuel for irrigation
52percent decrease in production rates

DOCUMENTS

Global report on food crises 2019 - Update September 2019
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14 October2019
Early Warning Early Action report on food security and agriculture July – September 2019
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18 July2019
Early Warning Early Action report on food security and agriculture April – June 2019
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Global report on food crises 2019
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IPC ACUTE FOOD INSECURITY SITUATION FOR DEC 2018 – JAN 2019 with HFA

Download the IPC reportYemen - IPC report December 2018-January 2019

Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan 2019

OBJECTIVES   Acute food insecurity situation without HFA
(December 2018–January 2019)
FAO is working with partners in the Food Security and Agriculture Cluster to:   Acute food insecurity situationa without HFA (December 2018–January 2019)
  • Provide emergency agricultural, livestock and fishery kits to help restore vulnerable livelihoods
  • Improve immediate household availability of and access to food for the most vulnerable populations.
  • Promote rural community resilience through the rehabilitation of water infrastructure and the transfer of agricultural and fishery assets
  • Ensure equitable access to assistance and protection for the most vulnerable populations
  • Strengthen emergency preparedness and response capacity of partners, communities and authorities.
   
ACTIVITIES
Increase food and livestock production, and income diversity
Rehabilitate agricultural infrastructure and irrigation systems
Strengthen coordination for effective humanitarian response
      Without HFA, 20 million people would be severely food insecure

FUNDING REQUIREMENTS

to assist 8.6 million people FAO requires USD 218.5 million

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