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
15 November 2014

The results of the 2014 Comprehensive Food Security Survey (CFSS) showed that some 41 percent of the population in Yemen are food-insecure. In other words, 10.6 million people in the country had limited or no access to sufficient, nutritious food, and were eating less than the minimum required to live a healthy life. About 19 percent of the population are severely food insecure (poor diet) and 22 percent are moderately food insecure (just on borderline level of food consumption). Around 48 percent of the total rural population were found to be food insecure, compared to 26 percent in urban areas.

Baseline Assessments, Food Security Analysis
30 May 2012

WFP carried out a nationwide Comprehensive Food Security Survey (CFSS) in November and December of 2011. The survey aimed to update statistics on food insecure households, identify the underlying causes of food insecurity, and guide WFP’s targeting and humanitarian response in Yemen. The CFSS shows that 10 million Yemenis, 44.5% of the population, are food insecure, among other findings.

Baseline Assessments, Food Security Analysis
20 April 2010

WFP carried out a nationwide comprehensive food security survey (CFSS) between September 2009 and January 2010 with the aim to guide WFP’s future interventions in 2010/11, inform Yemen’s Humanitarian Response Plan 2010 and provide a potential basis for improved geographic and socioeconomic targeting of the most food-insecure persons.