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2022

This document analyses the cotton market in the Cotton-4 (C-4) countries, Benin, Burkina Faso, Chad and Mali. It studies the current market situation and medium-term prospects of the sector and considers the way forward.

Available in: English
Product type: Journal, magazine, bulletin
Themes: Agricultural Commodities and Development
2022

The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) supports regional ‘trade expert networks’ that provide neutral and independent platforms for the exchange of knowledge and experience on agrifood trade issues. Experts include government trade officials, researchers from academia, and professionals from industry associations—specialists who conduct policy-relevant analysis, carry out training programmes, and advise government and the private sector on issues related to agrifood trade and trade policy. Currently, three networks are active...

Available in: English
Product type: Brochure (factsheet, flyer/leaflet, Poster, banner)
Themes: Europe and Central Asia Trade Policy
Situation as of August 2022
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This statistical report contains a subset of cereal country balance sheets (CCBS) data and presents updated cereal supply and demand balances for all sub-Saharan African countries. It complements the information of the FAO/GIEWS Crop Prospects and Food Situation report and is published four times a year with the same schedule. This report is based on information available as of August 2022.

Available in: English
Product type: Book (stand-alone)
Series: Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries
2022

FAO’s Responsible Business Conduct Quarterly Bulletin (RBC-Q) shares events and resources on FAO’s activities on Responsible Global Value Chains and news from around the world related to business, risk and development in the agricultural sector. It is prepared by FAO’s Markets and Trade Division (EST). This issue of the bulletin covers the period July–September 2022.

Available in: English
Product type: Journal, magazine, bulletin
Themes: Responsible Global Value Chains or Responsible Agricultural Supply Chains
Quarterly Global Report
2022

FAO assesses that globally 45 countries, including 33 in Africa, nine in Asia, two in Latin America and the Caribbean and one in Europe, are in need of external assistance for food. In East Africa, engendered by multi-season droughts, the food insecurity situation is grave and unless humanitarian assistance is scaled up, famine is expected in parts of Somalia. Globally, multi-year high inflation rates, amid challenging macroeconomic environments, are aggravating...

Available in: English
Product type: Book (stand-alone)
Series: Crop Prospects and Food Situation
Heavy monsoon rains and subsequent flooding affected large numbers of people and caused widespread devastation to the agricultural sector
2022

Heavy monsoon rains and subsequent flooding between mid-June and end-August 2022 disrupted the livelihoods of about 33 million people and destroyed agricultural land, crops, livestock assets, critical agricultural infrastructure and households’ food reserves. The floods caused significant losses to the 2022 “Kharif” food and cash crops, including rice, maize, cotton, sugarcane, vegetables and orchards, with the bulk of the damage concentrated in Sindh Province. Prices of wheat, the country’s main...

Available in: English
Product type: Newsletter
Series: GIEWS - Special Alerts
Unless humanitarian assistance is urgently scaled up, famine is expected in late 2022 due to unprecedented multi‑season drought
2022

Famine is expected to occur in Bay Region between October and December 2022, if humanitarian assistance is not urgently scaled up. About 6.7 million people, over 40 percent of the total population, are projected to face severe acute food insecurity, including over 300 000 people in IPC Phase 5 (Catastrophe). The dire food insecurity situation is the consequence of a prolonged drought that began in late 2020, compounded by the...

Available in: English French
Product type: Newsletter
Series: GIEWS - Special Alerts
2022

The Market and Policy Analysis of Raw Materials, Horticulture and Tropical Products Team (RAMHOT), provides economic data and analysis on major agricultural raw materials and tropical products, including hard fibres (abaca, coir and sisal), jute, kenaf and allied fibres. The tables contained in this document bring together governments’ replies to the latest questionnaires, supplemented by other data available to the Secretariat at 31 December 2021.

Available in: English
Product type: Journal, magazine, bulletin
Themes: Agricultural Commodities and Development
Soaring prices and reduced availability of agricultural inputs curb 2022 agricultural production prospects, increasing risks for acute food insecurity
2022

Reduced supplies and soaring prices of most agricultural inputs raise concerns about production of the 2022 main “wet” season crops, including paddy, the country’s main food staple. Prices of livestock inputs surged since April 2022, resulting in distress sales of animals by farmers. Prices of most food items increased since the beginning of 2022 and reached record or near‑record highs in July 2022. Acute food insecurity deteriorated since early 2022, with...

Available in: English
Product type: Newsletter
Series: GIEWS - Updates
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.

Available in: English
Product type: Book (stand-alone)
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