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Central African Republic: Humanitarian Response Plan 2023








FAO. 2023. Central African Republic: Humanitarian Response Plan 2023. Rome.



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    Central African Republic: Humanitarian Response Plan 2024 2024
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    The Central African Republic is one of the world’s ten poorest countries, with around 7 in 10 Central Africans living below the poverty line on less than USD 2.15 per day. Armed conflict, violence linked to transhumance and floods are the main shocks triggering population displacements and increasing vulnerabilities in the country. About half of the population is projected to be acutely food insecure in the coming months. Most live in rural areas, relying on agriculture for their food and income. They urgently need support to restore their production and improve their food security.
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    Central African Republic | Response overview (May 2021) 2021
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    In the Central African Republic, results of the updated Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) projection analysis (May 2021) indicate that 2.29 million people – about half of the total population – are in high acute food insecurity (IPC Phase 3+, April–August 2021), of whom over 630 000 in Phase 4. The main drivers behind high levels of food insecurity in the country are mainly natural disasters, the impact of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) on agricultural supply chains and food trade, food price spikes, plant pests and animal diseases, poor access to quality inputs and productive assets, poverty, as well as insufficient food consumption. Failure to immediately address the rising needs will result in the additional loss of lives, increased vulnerabilities and higher levels of the food insecurity, as well as risks of weakening the long-standing ability of the humanitarian actors to stay in the country and deliver in an extremely complex and dangerous environment. With about half of the population unable to meet their daily minimum food needs, it is crucial to continue to provide livelihoods assistance in order to strengthen the resilience of vulnerable populations.
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    Mali: Humanitarian Response Plan 2023 2023
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    Mali faces a severe humanitarian crisis driven by years of armed conflict, climatic hazards and high staple food prices. Acute food insecurity is expected to increase by 30 percent during the lean season (June–August) and include 1 671 people in Catastrophe (Cadre Harmonisé Phase 5). Nine out of ten Malians affected by hunger are in rural areas, where people need urgent assistance to protect and revive food production. For example, vegetable production support provides families nutritious food and income, with every USD 1 invested yielding four times its value in harvests.

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