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 - Northern Ethiopia is experiencing one of the world's worst food crises. As of June 2021, about 5.5 million people in Afar, Amhara and Tigray are in high acute food insecurity, representing nearly 61 percent of the analyzed population. Of these, 353 000 people are in Catastrophe level of acute food insecurity (IPC ...read more
 - Ten years of conflict, insecurity and displacements in the Syrian Arab Republic have resulted in a continuing deterioration of the humanitarian situation. In response, the Food and Agriculture Organziation of the United Nations, supported by the International Islamic Charity Organization, is implementing a project to increase livelihood assets and improve ...read more
 - Food insecurity in the Niger is linked to armed conflict (especially in the Lake Chad Basin, Liptako Gourma area, northern Tahoua and southern Maradi) triggering forced population displacements, livelihood disruptions, competition over access and use of agricultural land and natural resources, the impact of floods, as well as the effects ...read more
 - Key messages: As anticipated, hatching has been detected in eastern Ethiopia where desert locust swarms have been laying eggs since late April. The hatchlings are forming hopper bands that have been seen in a few places so far (see blue dots in the map). More hatching and band formation are expected throughout ...read more
 - In the Central African Republic, results of the updated Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) projection analysis (May 2021) indicate that 2.29 million people – about half of the total population – are in high acute food insecurity (IPC Phase 3+, April–August 2021), of whom over 630 000 in Phase 4. ...read more
 - Since the end of 2020, the humanitarian situation in the Central African Republic has seriously deteriorated. This is largely due to attacks from armed groups, who have extended their presence in parts of the country and are responsible for regular violent actions, particularly in the run-up to and following the general elections ...read more
 - The situation in South Sudan has proven to be unpredictable and volatile. New hotspots of violent conflict and civil unrest have continued to emerge and levels of severe acute food insecurity have become progressively worse. In addition to years of fighting and political instability, the country faces natural hazards, disease ...read more
 - When an emergency or humanitarian crisis strikes, there is a high likelihood that children’s lives will be negatively affected, modifying their role within the household and the community. Since the beginning of 2020, a serious and widespread desert locust upsurge continues to threaten crops and pasture across Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia, and ...read more
 - The Food and Nutrition Security Resilience Programme (FNS-REPRO) of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), funded by the Government of the Netherlands, is a four-year plan addressing the cause–effect relationship between conflict and food insecurity in Somalia, South Sudan and the Sudan. FNS-REPRO is the first programme ...read more
 - The Democratic Republic of Congo has the highest estimated number of people in acute food insecurity worldwide. The key drivers of food insecurity in the country are protracted conflict, mainly in the eastern provinces triggering population displacements and the disruption of livelihoods, the effects of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and ...read more
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