FAO emergencies and resilience

Publications
04/2024

The Government of the United States of America contributed USD 1.6 million to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations to improve food availability and access for the most vulnerable households in Yemen by strengthening the capacity of the Food Security and Agriculture Cluster.

10/2023

FAO–WFP early warnings on acute food insecurity: November 2023 to April 2024 outlook

09/2023

This Data in Emergencies Monitoring (DIEM-Monitoring) brief shares the results of a tenth-round assessment conducted in July and August 2023 in Yemen.

06/2023

This Data in Emergencies Monitoring (DIEM-Monitoring) brief shares the results of a sixth-round assessment conducted in February and March 2023 in Yemen. I

03/2023

After eight years of armed conflict, Yemen remains one of the world’s most complex humanitarian crises. More than half of the country’s population, around 17 million people, are acutely food insecure.

02/2023

The protracted nature of the crisis in Yemen has decimated the livelihoods of vulnerable agriculture-dependent households; and the COVID-19 pandemic has compounded their vulnerabilities.

12/2022

This report provides an update on the acute food insecurity in countries and territories that have the world’s highest burden of people in need of emergency food, nutrition and livelihood assistance as a result of protracted conflict combined with other factors.

11/2022

As part of the United Nations Global Action Plan on Child Wasting, FAO requires USD 500 million to implement its action plan to prevent child wasting (2023–2024) in the 15 most-affected countries.

09/2022

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) warn that acute food insecurity is likely to deteriorate further in 19 countries or situations – called hunger hotspots – during the outlook period from October 2022 to January 2023.

09/2022

This Data in Emergencies Monitoring (DIEM-Monitoring) brief shares the results of a fourth-round field assessment conducted between March and April 2022 in Yemen.

07/2022

This annual report provides a brief description of the major operations initiated with the Special Fund for Emergency and Rehabilitation Activities (SFERA) for the 12-month period ending 31 December 2021. The report contains financial data for this period, as well as data since the Fund became operational.

06/2022

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) warn that acute food insecurity is likely to deteriorate further in 20 countries or situations (including two regional clusters) – called hunger hotspots – during the outlook period from June to September 2022.

05/2022

This sixth and final progress report details FAO’s work to mitigate the effects of the desert locust upsurge – an unprecedented threat to food security and livelihoods – across the Greater Horn of Africa and Yemen between September and December 2021, while outlining the outcomes of the response in all of 2021.

04/2022

The 2022 Global Report on Food Crises (GRFC 2022) highlights the alarming deterioration of acute food insecurity in 2021

11/2021

Monitoring report, December 2021 This report shares an analysis of the effects of natural and man-made shocks in Yemen’s agri-food system. It analyses the results of a field assessment conducted from November 2020 to February 2021 .

10/2021

The fight against desert locust continues in the Greater Horn of Africa and Yemen, now raging for 20 months – since January 2020. Collective efforts from governments, FAO and partners are proving extremely effective in controlling this upsurge, which is the worst to hit the region in 70 years.

07/2021

The worst desert locust outbreak in decades is underway in the Greater Horn of Africa and Yemen, where tens of thousands of hectares of cropland and pasture have been damaged in Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, the Sudan, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania and Yemen, with potentially severe consequences for agriculture-based livelihoods in contexts where food security is already fragile.