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.

In Focus

  • Livelihoods zoning is a kind of economic geography, dividing a country‚Äôs population into relatively homogenous areas defined by common characteristics of the economy of households.  Using this approach, Somalia was divided into a number of livelihood zones by the Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit (FSNAU). The most recent Somalia Livelihood Zone map developed by FSNAU and in use...

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  • The prevalence of acute malnutrition among children under five years is a sensitive and objective crisis indicator, reflecting the wider situation of emergency affected populations, including their food security, livelihoods, public health and social environment. The Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit (FSNAU) conducted 41 anthropometric and retrospective mortality...

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  • Key Findings

    Despite improved food security following the 2014/15 Deyr harvest, improved livestock conditions, and mostly stable staple food prices, a large number of people across Somalia will be acutely food insecure through June 2015.  Many children remain acutely malnourished, despite a small decrease in their numbers since July 2014.

    An estimated...

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