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Haiti: Humanitarian Response Plan 2022









FAO. 2022. Haiti: Humanitarian Response Plan 2022. Rome. 



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    Nearly half of the population in Haiti doesn’t have enough to eat, including for the first time ever 19 200 people in Catastrophe (IPC Phase 5). With 76 percent of people in high acute food insecurity living in rural areas, restoring livelihoods is fundamental to the humanitarian response. A USD 125 market gardening seed package can produce 20 times its value in vegetables in just 10-12 weeks, enabling a family to quickly access food and generate income by selling part of the production obtained.
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    According to the latest Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) analysis, nearly half of the population in Haiti is in high acute food insecurity (March–June 2023) – an increase compared with 4.7 million people projected in the September 2022 analysis. With limited funding received in 2022, only 80 000 people have been reached with livelihoods support in rural areas, accounting for about 11.4 percent of people targeted. In 2023, FAO requires USD 61.7 million to support 700 000 people.
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    South Sudan: Humanitarian Needs and Response Plan 2024 2024
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    Humanitarian needs in South Sudan are expected to reach a record high this year. Amid a complex emergency that has displaced millions and destroyed livelihoods, more than half the population will be acutely food insecure during the lean season from April to June. Almost 80 000 people are likely to face catastrophic levels of food insecurity, meaning that food is almost completely inaccessible and they cannot meet basic needs. In a country where 9 in 10 people depend on agriculture, supporting livelihoods is vital and cost-effective. For example, with a USD 55 crop production kit, a family can grow and harvest a nutritious variety of food to last them over five months. 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 South Sudan. FAO requires USD 60 million to assist 3.9 million people.

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