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 - Key points The decrease in rainfall marks the end of the main agricultural campaign across West Africa and the Sahel. Floods affect 123 000 people in Niger. In Niger, the Rift Valley Fever (RFV) outbreak affected 132 people in the region of Tahoua. Ongoing locust resurgence in Mauritania.
15/12/2016
 - Key points According to results of the latest IPC analysis and its projection until the end of 2016, there’s an alarming deterioration of the food security situation with 40 percent of the total population severely food insecure. Food security assessments carried out by FAO, in collaboration with WFP, government agencies and Food ...read more
14/12/2016
 - The assessment revealed that in Omusati at least 97 percent of the communities were reliant on crop production followed by Kunene which reported only 20 percent. Erongo region had 96 percent households reporting that they were reliant on livestock farming followed by Kunene at 72 percent. Pearl millet (mahangu) and ...read more
12/12/2016
 - Grâce aux contributions de la Belgique à son Fonds spécial pour les activités d’urgence et de relèvement (SFERA), la FAO a établi en 2008 un volet spécifique de « Capacité de réponse en intrants agricoles » (CRIA) qui permet des interventions rapides et de qualité visant à protéger les moyens ...read more
05/12/2016
 - Key messages New drought is imminent in southeastern regions. The very poor performance of the October to December rains sent shockwaves throughout southern and southeastern pastoral areas of SNNPR, Oromia and Somali Regions and led to widespread scarcity of pasture and water. Livestock body conditions have deteriorated and thousands of animals ...read more
30/11/2016
 - Highlights 5.1 million people face acute food insecurity in northeast Nigeria (according to the latest Cadre harmonisé analysis released on 28 October) – immediate intervention is required to assist these populations. Inflationary pressures in the national economy have pushed the prices of staple food crops extremely high across the three northeastern states ...read more
24/11/2016
 - Key points The various post-disaster assessments conducted by FAO, WFP and the National Commission on Food Security (CNSA) indicate that local production and livelihoods were strongly affected by the Hurricane Matthew and almost destroyed in Grand’Anse and Sud departments. In Sud all food crops (bean, yam, corn, cassava and millet) are ...read more
22/11/2016
 - Key points The various post-disaster assessments conducted by FAO, WFP and the National Commission on Food Security (CNSA) indicate that local production and livelihoods were strongly affected by the Hurricane Matthew and almost destroyed in Grand’Anse and Sud departments. In the Sud all food crops (bean, yam, corn, cassava and millet) ...read more
17/11/2016
 - Highlights The economic situation in the Syrian Arab Republic further deteriorated over the past 12 months. Gross Domestic Product, which contracted by 5.3 percent in 2015, is forecast to further decline by 3.3 percent in 2016. Inflation in 2015 surged to about 38 percent reflecting general shortages and cuts in the ...read more
16/11/2016
 - On 3 and 4 October 2016, Category 4 Hurricane Matthew cut a path of destruction across the Republic of Haiti. Its devastating winds and heavy rainfall caused widespread and extensive damage in the southwest part of the country. The departments of Grand Anse, Sud, Sud-Est and Nippes were the most ...read more
15/11/2016