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Price monitoring and analysis country brief - Zimbabwe







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    Price monitoring and analysis country brief - Zimbabwe 2012
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    Maize prices were slightly higher; nevertheless levels remained steady during most of 2011. The overall food security situation remains stable; however the peak of the lean season in January/February together with the high prices, constrained food access for the low income households. Food security conditions are likely to worsen by the late onset of erratic rains in December affecting the agricultural campaign particularly in some northeastern and southern areas. The Government continues the targeted distribution of input packages to expand households' production together with food distributions in some districts.
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    Price monitoring and analysis country brief - Honduras 2012
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    Thanks to a good harvest, maize prices went sharply down from peak levels. However rice prices remained steady. Food security conditions throughout the country are stable thanks to households' good food stocks; localized food insecurity is observed only in some of the southern and southwestern district areas. Tropical depression which caused extensive rains affected harvests in the southern and southwestern areas where people were not able to store their food stocks. The Government is supporting production with input distribution through its Secretar a de Agricultura y Ganader a (SAG).
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    Price monitoring and analysis country brief -- Mozambique 2011
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    Maize prices increased slightly, with the highest prices recorded in the south where the purchasing power of poor and very poor households is limited. Overall food security is satisfactory, but areas of concern remain in areas affected by production losses and high food prices. Despite a dry spell and localised flooding in the first months of the year, national cereal production increased by 5% in 2011. The Government has implemented measures to support production, but reduced the subsidy on wheat. Social support programs are in place.

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