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FAO/GIEWS Foodcrops and Shortages No. 2/2005

AFRICA: In eastern Africa, heavy rains and floods have caused loss of life and destroyed crops and infrastructure in several countries. However, prospects for current crops have improved. In southern Africa, cereal import requirements in 2005/06 (excluding South Africa) are…

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FAO
Posted:
30 Jun 2005
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Angola

FAST Update Angola: Semi-annual risk assessment Dec 2004 to May 2005

Risk Assessment: The Country Stability index continued to fluctuate slightly at the same level as during the previous monitoring period, while the Conflictive Actions curve is marked by a sharp peak in December, followed by smaller peaks in March and…

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Assessment
Source:
swisspeace
Posted:
30 Jun 2005
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Mozambique

FAST Update Mozambique: Semi-annual risk assessment Jan - June 2005

Risk Assessment Positive developments dominate the first half of 2005, the six month period since Mozambique held its third multi-party presidential and parliamentary elections. Conflictive events have levelled off more than in any period in the past few years, and…

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Assessment
Source:
swisspeace
Posted:
30 Jun 2005
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Ethiopia

FAST Update Ethiopia: Semi-annual risk assessment Jan - June 2005

Risk Assessment: The Country Stability index shows a certain degree of improvement in January before deteriorating substantially in May and June. The proportion of Forceful Actions, though remaining at a low level during the first quarter of the year, rose…

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Assessment
Source:
swisspeace
Posted:
30 Jun 2005
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Zambia

Special report: FAO/WFP crop and food supply assessment mission to Zambia

Mission Highlights A series of dry spells during the 2004/05 growing season and early cessation of rains, especially in Southern and Western provinces, sharply reduced yields and production of cereals. Reduced availability and late delivery of inputs together with shortage of…

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Assessment
Source:
FAO
Posted:
24 Jun 2005
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