Over one million people in Somalia face acute food insecurity as food crisis worsens
The gradual recovery and gains made since the end of the famine in 2012 are being lost as poor rains, conflict, trade disruptions and reduced humanitarian assistance mean a worsening food security situation across Somalia.
Post Deyr 2013/14 Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Presentation
Nearly 860,000 people - majority of whom are IDPs - remain acutely food insecure and require urgent humanitarian assistance over the next six month period.
Post Gu 2013 Nutrition Analysis Technical Report
This report summarizes the results of the Gu 2013 Nutrition Surveys across Somalia of under five children (6-59 months) by the Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit (FSNAU).
Post Gu 2013 Food Security and Nutrition Technical Report
Results of the post-Gu 2013 assessment indicate that the number of people in crisis in Somalia is at its lowest since famine was declared in Somalia in 2011.
Post Gu 2013 - Food Security and Nutrition Outlook
The Food Security and Nutrition Outlook for Somalia projects that despite improvements, 870,000 people are likely to be in Crisis and Emergency (IPC Phase 3 and 4) through December 2013.

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  • 38 percent of the population classified as acutely food insecure; 304,700 children acutely malnourished 

    February 8, 2016, Nairobi/Washington – Somalia will continue to face large-scale food insecurity between now and June 2016 as a result of poor rainfall and drought conditions in several...

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  • Between May through July 2015, FSNAU conducted 39 seasonal nutrition surveys across most regions and livelihood zones of Somalia, covering displaced (13), urban (6) and rural populations (20). The overall goal of this seasonal assessment was to establish the extent and the severity of acute malnutrition and determine the contributing factors of malnutrition among different livelihoods in...

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  • Latest findings from a joint countrywide seasonal assessment by Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit (FSNAU) and partners, indicate that 855 000 people across Somalia will be in Crisis and Emergency (IPC Phases 3 and 4) through December 2015. This figure represents a 17 percent increase over the estimate for February to June 2015. Internally displaced persons (IDPs) constitute 68 percent...

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The gradual recovery and gains made since the end of the famine in 2012 are being lost as poor rains, conflict, trade disruptions and reduced humanitarian assistance mean a worsening food security situation across Somalia.
Nearly 860,000 people - majority of whom are IDPs - remain acutely food insecure and require urgent humanitarian assistance over the next six month period.
This report summarizes the results of the Gu 2013 Nutrition Surveys across Somalia of under five children (6-59 months) by the Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit (FSNAU).
Results of the post-Gu 2013 assessment indicate that the number of people in crisis in Somalia is at its lowest since famine was declared in Somalia in 2011.
The Food Security and Nutrition Outlook for Somalia projects that despite improvements, 870,000 people are likely to be in Crisis and Emergency (IPC Phase 3 and 4) through December 2013.
FSNAU's Post Gu 2013 findings indicate that acute malnutrition persists in Somalia while 870,000 people remain food insecure.
The report estimates that remittances to Somalia are at a minimum of US$1.2 billion per year compared to average aid flows of US$834 per year.
This report focuses on mortality among populations of southern and central Somalia affected by severe food insecurity and famine during the period 2010-2012.
This report is a compilation of climate data and field reports on Somalia that FSNAU and FEWSNET regularly review for analysis.
This May 2013 Market Data Update is a report that presents a compilation of tabulated graphical market information produced regularly as part of the monthly monitoring process.
This is a PowerPoint presentation of the FSNAU's Post Deyr 2012-13 Analysis findings. Download the slides for more information.
This brief is based on the results of the rapid preliminary Gu season field assessments carried out in May-June 2013 and continuous monitoring of food security and nutrition situations.
This report is a compilation of October 2012 climate data and field reports on Somalia that FSNAU and FEWSNET regularly review for analysis.
This October 2012 Market Data Update is a report that presents a compilation of tabulated graphical market information produced regularly as part of the monthly monitoring process.
This report is a compilation of climate data and field reports on Somalia that FSNAU and FEWSNET regularly review for analysis.
The findings of the FSNAU, FEWS NET and partner post-Gu 2012 seasonal assessment results indicate continued improvements in food security and nutrition situation in Somalia.
This September 2012 Market Data Update is a report that presents a compilation of tabulated graphical market information produced regularly as part of the monthly monitoring process.
A number of factors have had a considerable impact on improving food access, acute malnutrition, and mortality levels in the southern Somali population, the Nutrition Analysis, Post Gu 2012 Technical Report says.
The Climate Data Update is a compilation of climate data and field reports on Somalia that FSNAU and FEWSNET regularly review for analysis.
A report by FSNAU with FEWS NET, estimates that 2.12 million people are in acute food security crisis for the August to December 2012 period, a 16% reduction from the beginning of the year.
FSNAU just released its Post Gu 2012 results. This presentation is now available on our website in PDF format.
Market Data Update, August 2012: This Market Data Update is a monthly report that presents a compilation of tabulated graphical market information produced regularly as part of the monthly monitoring process.

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