Assessments

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Zimbabwe

Community assessment of the food situation in Zimbabwe, Nov 2003

Background The National NGO Food Security Network (FOSENET) involves 24 organisations that collectively cover ALL districts of Zimbabwe, and all types of communities. FOSENET members subscribe that food distribution in Zimbabwe must be based on a platform of ethical principles…

Format:
Assessment
Source:
FOSENET
Posted:
30 Nov 2003

Eritrea

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

Mission Highlights Prolonged drought in 2002 caused the 2002 crop production in Eritrea to almost entirely fail. The livestock sector was also severely affected. In 2003, crop production was severely constrained by erratic rains starting late and ending early. Although…

Format:
Assessment
Source:
FAO
Posted:
21 Mar 2011
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Somalia

Monthly Nutrition Update for Somalia Nov 2003

OVERVIEW During October and November, all food security indicators in Sool Plateau continued to deteriorate and FSAU nutritionists followed up on reports of increasing malnutrition in areas hosting newly displaced households. The capacity of households to maintain…

Format:
Assessment
Source:
FSAU
Posted:
20 Nov 2003

Ethiopia

Ethiopia: Promising 2003 harvest in Arsi zone with the exception of some pocket areas

Assessment Mission: 23 September - 27 September 2003 By François Piguet 1. Introduction and background The mission's major objectives were to assess the humanitarian situation in Arsi zone, Oromiya Region, following the first good rainy season after three years of rainfall deficit.…

Format:
Assessment
Source:
OCHA
Posted:
21 Mar 2011

Somalia

Monthly Food Security Report for Somalia Oct 2003

HIGHLIGHTSDeyr Rainfall Largely Fails in Central and Northern Regions : An unfavourable start of the Deyr Season looks likely to fail in northern and central Somalia. Such a failure would have serious implications for pastoral populations.…

Format:
Assessment
Source:
FSAU
Posted:
12 Nov 2003
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Ethiopia

Ethiopia: Late rains cause worry in most of Somali region

Rains which normally start at the beginning of October have not started yet in most of the Somali Region, raising major concerns for the condition of the highly vulnerable pastoral people of the Somali Region. The 'Deyr' rains are overdue…

Format:
Assessment
Source:
Save the Children
Posted:
21 Mar 2011