Publications
WFP Publication, Emergency Assessments
16 September 2014

Highlights

  • Heavy rainfall in South Sudan and insecurity along the transport routes, has resulted in a decrease in the arrival rates, especially into Uganda and Kenya.
  • Relocation from Leitchuor and Nip-Nip camps in Ethiopia is underway as the Government continues to identify land for resettlement of new arrivals.
  • WFP requires US$111 million for the next six months to meet the needs of new arrivals from South Sudan and existing refugees in all four countries.
  • Since mid-December, more than 450,000 South Sudanese have arrived in Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia and Sudan.
Emergency Assessments, Food Security Analysis
5 September 2011

This Livelihoods Zoning “Plus” product was created using a rapid livelihoods assessment approach that aims to identify and describe trends and patterns in livelihoods that can be used as a starting point for early-warning analysis. It is based on the Household Economy Analysis (HEA) methodology that FEWS NET uses as the foundation for its livelihoods activities.

Emergency Assessments, Food Security Analysis
28 February 2011

The main objective of the returnee Emergency Food Security Assessment (EFSA) was to assess the food security status of the returnees and local resident community in the main returnee concentration areas. It aimed to understand the food and/or non‐food needs of returnees after 3 months upon return to southern Sudan. The data was collected from 7‐15 February 2011 in six out of ten South Sudan States selected based on return concentration. The selected states were Western Bahr El Ghazal, Northern Bahr El Ghazal, Unity, Jonglei, Warrap and Central Equatoria. Due to insecurity and logistical reasons, the assessment was not conducted in Upper Nile State. A total number of 340 households in 17 sites were assessed. The EFSA was a joint effort by SSRRC, SSCCSE, MOAF, FAO and WFP.

Emergency Assessments, Food Security Analysis
31 October 2010

A state-level food security assessment was carried out in October 2010, partly to feed into the 2010 Crop and Food Security Assessment Mission (CFSAM) planned for November and December, but also to assist WFP and other stakeholders in determining the level of need for humanitarian assistance in 2011. The assessment was a joint undertaking by HAC, State Ministry of Health and Ministry of Agriculture.

The general objective of the assessment was to;

  • Assess the food security situation of the urban and rural population in White Nile.
Emergency Assessments, Food Security Analysis
31 October 2010

A state level Food security assessment was carried out in October 2010, partly to feed into the 2010 Crop and Food Security Assessment Mission (CFSAM) planned for November and December but also to assist WFP and other stakeholders in determining 2011 level of needs and thus humanitarian assistance. The assessment was a joint by HAC, State Ministry of Health and Ministry of Agriculture.

The general objective of the assessment was to;

  • Assess the food security situation of the urban and rural population in South Kordofan.
Emergency Assessments, Food Security Analysis
31 October 2010

A state-level food security assessment was carried out in October 2010, partly to feed into the 2010 Crop and Food Security Assessment Mission (CFSAM) planned for November and December, but also to assist WFP and other stakeholders in determining the level of humanitarian assistance needed in 2011. This assessment was a jointly conducted by HAC, the State Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Agriculture.

The general objective of the assessment was to;

  • Assess the food security situation of the urban and rural population in North Kordofan.
Emergency Assessments, Food Security Analysis
17 May 2010

Following what was widely perceived as a poor rainy season in parts of Sudan and the wider region, the Food Security and Livelihood working group of Blue Nile state requested that the World Food Programme conduct a comprehensive food security assessment of the state.

Emergency Assessments, Food Security Analysis
31 March 2010

The Annual Needs and Livelihood Assessment (ANLA) main objective was to find out the food security levels and assistance needs in Central Equatoria State. The report reveals the current situation in relation to the past and projects the likely households’ situation in general upto the next harvesting period. The data was collected in March 2010.

Emergency Assessments, Food Security Analysis
30 November 2009

The assessment was done to evaluate the food security condition. The main reccomendation of the report was to urgently strengthen and improve the Food Security Monitoring System in Darfur in order to be able to monitor seasonal changes.

Emergency Assessments, Food Security Analysis
31 October 2009

This assessment assesses the current food security situation of the IDP population and the Misseriya population in Abyei and how it has changed since the crisis last year.