Baseline Assessments, Coping Strategies, Crop and Food Assessments, Crop Production, Emergency Assessments, Food Consumption, Initial Assessment, Livelihoods, Livestock Prices, Market Analysis, Monitoring, National Capacity, Population Numbers and Sampling, Qualitative Analysis, Refugees and IDPs, Terms of Trade, Urban Food Insecurity, Food Security Analysis
25 May 2015

The Food Security Analysis factsheet provides key information on the various aspects of Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping work at WFP, the different assessment tools, specific initiatives and key facts for 2015.

Baseline Assessments, Food Security Analysis
31 August 2012

WFP partnered with the Identification of Poor Households (IDPoor) Programme at the Ministry of Planning of the Royal Government of Cambodia to produce the IDPoor Atlas, a tool for service providers to plan and target programmes for poverty reduction and social protection. The IDPoor Atlas presents demographic, socioeconomic and vulnerability data collected in 2010 and 2011 from roughly 570,000 rural households in 10,700 villages in 20 of 24 provinces in Cambodia. Maps, graphs and tables are used to enhance visualisation, comparison and interpretation of IDPoor data at the national, provincial and district levels.

Baseline Assessments, Food Security Analysis
31 December 2008

The overall objective of this Comprehensive Food Security and Vulnerability Analysis (CFSVA) is to analyze the food security and vulnerability conditions of population groups and communities, and to provide baseline information to WFP decision makers.

Baseline Assessments, Food Security Analysis
31 December 2005

“The Food Security Atlas of Cambodia” aims to assess the extent of hunger and poverty in Cambodia. It also examines the causes of poverty and hunger. The
possession of the means of livelihoods, such as land, water, credit, technology, education and skills, are key to eradicating poverty. Furthermore, poor people face hardships if there are no public services and safety nets. These issues are considered in this study under the title of food security. This is not a research document in the strict sense, but largely a compilation of existing information for ready reference. In many ways, the study is a means of dissemination, meant for those who wish to know more about the current food security situation in the country and the areas that need intervention. It also supports the planning of effective action. The Atlas contains a number of maps, thematic, as well as satellite images, which help to visually illustrate conditions at the sub-national level. If the Atlas provokes thought and action by those concerned with food security, its purpose would be served.