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Kenya The 2020 Short Rains Season Assessment Report - February 2021

I. Introduction The Kenya Food and Nutrition Security Assessment (FNSA) is a multi-agency, multi-sectoral exercise led by the government of Kenya, and is conducted in 23 arid and semi-arid (ASAL) counties. The assessment is carried out by…

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Assessment
Source:
Govt. Kenya, IPC
Posted:
26 May 2021
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RACIDA Mandera County Drought Rapid Assessment: 2021 February

Summary of Findings WASH Overall, only 49.3% of all households surveyed reported accessing water from safe improved or semi-improved water points. Household access to treated water is also found to be low. Just over 24% of respondents reported…

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Assessment
Source:
RACIDA
Posted:
16 Mar 2021
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Market monitoring for the Kenya Cash Consortium response to the desert locust invasion and food insecurity, October-December 2020, ASAL Counties of Kenya

BACKGROUND The arid and semi-arid lands (ASAL) counties are currently experiencing multiple shocks to their livelihoods and food security. While people’s health is threatened by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the approaching agricultural season is endangered by a…

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Assessment
Source:
WFP, REACH
Posted:
26 May 2021
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Kenya: Multi-sectoral needs assessment - Kakuma refugee camps - Key findings presentation (October 2020)

OBJECTIVES OF THE ASSESSMENT Provide a comprehensive evidence base of multi-sectoral needs among refugees and returnees residing in Kakuma refugee camps in the sectors of : Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) Health and nutrition Protection Food security Livelihoods Education Humanitarian assistance METHODOLOGY Household (HH) level interviews…

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Assessment
Source:
REACH
Posted:
28 Jan 2021
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Kenya: Multi-sectoral needs assessment - Kalobeyei integrated settlement - Key findings presentation (October 2020)

OBJECTIVES OF THE ASSESSMENT Provide a comprehensive evidence base of multi-sectoral needs among refugees and returnees residing in Kalobeyei integrated settlement in the sectors of : Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) Health and nutrition Protection Food security Livelihoods Education Humanitarian assistance METHODOLOGY Household (HH) level interviews…

Format:
Assessment
Source:
REACH
Posted:
28 Jan 2021
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