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Ukraine: Humanitarian response update

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FAO. 2023. Ukraine: Humanitarian response update – 20 April 2023. Rome. 




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    This document provides an up-to-date summary of the humanitarian situation in Ukraine and the response of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on the ground. Through its 2023 Response Programme for Ukraine, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) required a total of USD 205 million to assist rural households and small-scale farmers residing in the front-line oblasts by distributing agricultural production inputs to ensure that these communities can rely on their own production. As of 4 December 2023, FAO has mobilized USD 45.3 million, leaving a gap of USD 159.7 million. Since the escalation of the war in February 2022, FAO has supported over 185 000 rural families with vegetable seeds, animal feed, poultry, vouchers and cash and 10 000 farmers with temporary grain storage equipment, cereal seeds and generators. Under its Emergency Response Programme (ERP) for 2024, FAO requires USD 151 million to address and reduce the humanitarian needs of 315 800 vulnerable rural families (821 080 people) in ten frontline oblasts. FAO’s Programme for 2024 focuses on securing spring and winter crop harvests, maintaining healthy and productive livestock, augmenting food and income sources and covering basic needs while restoring production.
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    Ukraine: Humanitarian response update
    21/jul/22
    2022
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    This document provides an up-to-date summary of the humanitarian situation in Ukraine and the response of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on the ground. As of 2 June 2022, the area sown with spring crops for the 2022 harvest decreased by 20 percent in comparison with the previous year, according to Ukraine’s Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food (MAPF). As of 23 June, the number of internally displaced people (IDP) has decreased to 6.3 million (14 percent of the population). FAO's revised Rapid Response Plan (RRP) requires USD 115.4 million to assist 979 320 people in rural areas through December 2022. To address the storage crisis, FAO has developed a Grain Storage Support Strategy, requiring an additional USD 50 million, as an extension of the RRP, to deploy 3.2 million tonnes of storage capacity in Ukraine – 20 percent of the estimated overall need. As of 15 July 2022, FAO has raised USD 30.4 million against the total of USD 165.4 million under the RRP and Grain Storage Support Strategy, leaving a gap of USD 135 million. Of this, USD 102 million are urgently needed to support vulnerable households and increase agricultural production in rural areas. As of 12 July, FAO has reached 30 622 households (80 000 people) in 13 oblasts of Ukraine with emergency agricultural support. FAO is on the ground in Ukraine with a team of over 95 members, including technical and operational staff deployed to support the scale-up.
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    Ukraine: Humanitarian response update
    18/okt/22
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    This document provides an up-to-date summary of the humanitarian situation in Ukraine and the response of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on the ground. According to the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food (MAPF), Ukraine exported 12.9 million tonnes of cereals, legumes and flour in the 2022/23 marketing year (including September 2022) compared with 20 million tonnes during last year’s marketing year. Between August and mid-October 2022, more than 7.8 million tonnes of grain and foodstuff have been exported so far through the Black Sea Grain Initiative, of which 24 percent of the cargo has gone to low and lower-middle income countries. Through its Rapid Response Plan and Grain Storage Support Strategy, FAO requires a total of USD 180.4 million to assist 979 320 people, address 25 percent of the grain storage needs and strengthen government capacity for food commodity testing and certifications necessary for export at border facilities. To date, FAO has mobilized USD 79.7 million, leaving a gap of USD 100.7 million, which is urgently needed to support vulnerable households in rural areas during the winter season. FAO continues to work on the ground in Ukraine with a team of over 95 members, including technical and operational personnel deployed to support the scale-up.

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