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Mozambique Food Security Country Brief







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    Honduras Food Security Country Brief 2011
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    The price of red beans has started to decrease but is still at very high levels, whereas the price of maize sharply increased in recent months. Nominal maize price has exceeded the highest levels observed in 2008. Food security in recent months was reported as stable; however the situation could deteriorate due to rising food prices. Weather shocks have caused widespread damage to red beans production in 2010, affecting food security of households in western and southern districts. The g overnment is implementing measures to control red bean prices and to support producers with agricultural inputs.
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    Price monitoring and analysis country brief - Bangladesh 2011
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    Rice prices went down as the new harvest reached markets, however heavy monsoon seasonal rains are likely to drive prices back to a high level. Conditions of Food security have been deteriorating in recent months mostly due to severe flooding. Agencies reported alarming levels of hunger and high prevalence of under nutrition. Heavy rains have caused serious damages to crops and livelihoods affecting some 1.5 million people. The government has in place several measures to support producti on, while responding to flood emergency with the assistance of international agencies.
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    Bolivia Food Security Country Brief 2011
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    In recent months wheat prices in La Paz stabilized, but remain at high levels and nearly double the international prices. The highest increase was recorded for yellow maize in Santa Cruz. Different agencies report a worrisome situation of food security and hunger with a high prevalence of undernourishment. Heavy rains and landslides in several districts caused negative effects on food security conditions of thousands of people. International agencies are delivering assistance. The Govern ment has lifted an export ban on few products in support of producers and introduced price control measures in support of consumers.

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