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Comprehensive Food Security and Nutrition Assessment Repor

Between November 2019 and April 2020, it is estimated that over 20% of the population of the sixteen analysed districts, are experiencing severe acute food insecurity. These include 16% experiencing a Crisis situation (Phase 3) and 5% an Emergency situation (Phase 4). 

Around 34% of people are also in IPC Phase 2 (Stress) and require livelihood support. The key driving factors of the vulnerability conditions were the erratic rainfall, characterised by a late onset and early cessation during the planting season, and prolonged dry spells in some areas, which impacted the harvest. Most households in agriculture producing

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