KORE - Knowledge sharing platform on Emergencies and Resilience

The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification

The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) is an innovative multi-partner initiative for improving food security and nutrition analysis and decision-making. By using the IPC classification and analytical approach, Governments, UN Agencies, NGOs, civil society and other relevant actors, work together to determine the severity and magnitude of acute and chronic food insecurity, and acute malnutrition situations in a country, according to internationally-recognised scientific standards.

The main goal of the IPC is to provide decision-makers with a rigorous, evidence- and consensus-based analysis of food insecurity and acute malnutrition situations, to inform emergency responses as well as medium- and long-term policy and programming.

Latest! The IPC Mapping Tool

The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) is happy to announce a new tool for our partners and users: the IPC Mapping Tool. It’s an enhanced interactive interface that shows a map of all the countries the IPC works in and allows you to download population data.


Other useful tools:

The IPC-CH Dashboard

The IPC population tracking tool

The IPC application programming interface (API)

No comments

Please join or sign in the KORE community