The month of July saw the greatest increase in COVID-19 confirmed cases in the country since the start of the pandemic, however the number of confirmed new cases steadily declined during August from a daily average of 1,900 to 151 per day.

Assessment of WFP India’s support to the Government of Uttar Pradesh to provide an operationally feasible and economically viable model on integrating fortified rice in the Mid Day Meals to create a positive impact on the micronutrient status and functional performance of school children for potential scale-up across the state.

To support data collection on malnutrition and food insecurity among PLHIV in Tunisia, WFP and the Tunisian government conducted a district-level assessment of food and nutrition security among PLHIV.

The climate crisis is one of the main drivers of global hunger. Anticipatory action is critical in saving lives and livelihoods, and helping communities adapt. This brochure outlines WFP’s work on forecast-based financing in East Africa. Eastern Africa is one of the most food insecure regions in the world.

The Ethiopia Summary Report summarizes the findings of the Fill the Nutrient Gap analysis carried out in Ethiopia in 2020, including analyses of the cost and affordability of nutritious diets by region and by zone. Fill the Nutrient Gap (FNG) initiative was brought to Ethiopia by UN World Food Programme (WFP).

In 2019, Mozambique was the most affected country world-wide by the impacts of extreme weather events. It scored fifth over the period 2000-2019 (Global Climate Risk Index 2021).

This briefing investigates the ‘driving forces’ or ‘trends’ shaping southern African food systems.

Building on the global joint work by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the World Food Programme (WFP) on the impact of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) on hunger, migration and displacement in the world from November 2020, this report aims to provide an overview of the unique challenges faced by migrants and forcibly

Climate extremes are a major impediment to resilience of food systems in Southern Africa, where livelihoods and economies are highly sensitive to weather fluctuations.

The food and nutrition security in the country has improved significantly in tandem with the harvest period and increased household access to food mainly cereals, pulses, vegetables and tubers from own production.

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