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Lesotho + 5 more

Nutrition: Southern Africa humanitarian crisis

MAJOR CONCLUSIONS 1. Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique continue to have unacceptably high rates of malnutrition 2. The slow national trend of improvement in the 1990s ceased, except for Lesotho; Zimbabwe and Zambia showed a deterioration in 2001-2003 3. National averages hide…

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Assessment
Source:
UNICEF
Posted:
21 Mar 2011
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Somalia

Monthly Nutrition Update for Somalia Jun 2003

OVERVIEW This issue highlights the plight of communities affected by continued insecurity in Lower Jubba where access for humanitarian organisations continues to be a major constraint in the delivery of appropriate assistance. In the Sool Plateau, the nutrition…

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Assessment
Source:
FSAU
Posted:
19 Jun 2003

Zimbabwe

Special Report: FAO/WFP crop and food supply assessment mission to Zimbabwe

Mission Highlights Although national cereal production is considerably up on last year, a significant food gap remains, particularly affecting those who lost their crops mainly due to erratic weather in different parts of the country. Coping mechanisms are seriously stressed…

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Assessment
Source:
FAO
Posted:
21 Mar 2011
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Zambia

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

Mission Highlights Cereal production in Zambia in 2003 shows substantial recovery from the drought affected previous year. Production of maize, the country's main staple crop, is estimated at about 1.16 million tonnes, almost double the output of 2002 season (602…

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Assessment
Source:
FAO
Posted:
21 Mar 2011
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Somalia

Monthly Food Security Report for Somalia Jun 2003

FSAU acknowledges the contribution of key partners FEWS NET, CARE, WFP, SC-UK, UNCU, UNDP FSAU REPORTS AND ACTIVITIES ** The FSAU Gu 2003 Seasonal Workshop and analysis will take place between 16-24 June in Hargeisa. This will assess crop establishment in…

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Assessment
Source:
FSAU
Posted:
21 Mar 2011
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Zimbabwe + 9 more

SADC Food Security Ministerial Brief: 10 Jun 2003

FOOD SECURITY RISKS CONTINUE DESPITE GOOD PRODUCTION Households and communities in the SADC region are considerably more vulnerable to food and livelihood insecurity today than they were a decade ago. This is illustrated by the impact of the 2002 food crisis…

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Assessment
Source:
SADC
Posted:
21 Mar 2011
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