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Guatemala: Humanitarian Response Plan 2023








FAO. 2023. Guatemala: Humanitarian Response Plan 2023. Rome.



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    In the last year, the number of food insecure people in Cameroon has risen by 800 000. Intercommunity conflict, attacks by non-state armed groups, flooding and rising food prices are pushing people beyond their means to cope. Humanitarian agricultural assistance can help crisis-hit smallholders to meet their immediate needs and increase self-reliance, by recovering food production. FAO requires USD 18.9 million to assist 87 000 people in Cameroon in 2023.
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    Within the span of a year, Somalia has gone from averting a famine caused by the longest drought in its history to the worst flooding on record. Combined humanitarian and resilience interventions are urgently needed to save lives and strengthen communities’ capacities to adapt. Without this, Somalia’s rural populations will be forced to abandon their livelihoods and move to camps and urban settings, rendering them dependent on humanitarian assistance. Every USD 1 invested in safeguarding rural livelihoods saves around USD 10 in food-related assistance to support the same family if they were displaced. This document provides an overview of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations' (FAO) component of the 2024 Humanitarian Needs and Response Plan for Somalia. FAO requires USD 127.8 million to assist 889 488 people.

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