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In Focus

  • In November-December 2013, the FSNAU in collaboration with counterpart government line ministries, institutions and several partner agencies carried out food security and nutrition assessments across Somalia. The purpose of the assessment was to gather information required for food security and nutrition situation analysis of rural populations and internally displaced persons (IDP). The...

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  • The nutrition status of children under the age of  five is generally accepted as one of the best indicators of prevailing   poverty and food insecurity in the region/country. The Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit (FSNAU) provides a snapshot of current nutrition situation in Somalia through biannual assessment of nutrition status. Between November 2013 and  January 2014 (...

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  • Nairobi, 03 February 2014 - FSNAU released its Post Deyr 2013/14 Food Security and Nutrition Analysis findings for Somalia and the following were the key messages in the presentation:

    • Nearly 860,000 people remain acutely food insecure and require urgent humanitarian assistance over the next six month period – a majority of them are IDPs (75%).
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