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Democratic Republic of the Congo: Humanitarian Response Plan 2022









FAO. 2022. Democratic Republic of the Congo: Humanitarian Response Plan 2022. Rome. 



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    The Democratic Republic of the Congo remains the world’s largest food crisis, with one in four people facing acute hunger. While those most in need of humanitarian assistance rely on agriculture for their subsistence, only 4.1 percent of humanitarian funding to food sectors goes to support agricultural livelihoods. Emergency livelihood interventions are cost-effective. For example, with a USD 80 vegetable production package, a family can quickly produce a variety of nutritious food worth USD 480 on the local market.
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    The Democratic Republic of the Congo is one of Africa’s largest internal displacement crises, with 22 percent of the population acutely food insecure due to increased armed conflict and the impact of climate hazards. Emergency agricultural interventions offer cost‑effective solutions. For example, with a USD‑80 market gardening package, a family can quickly produce a variety of nutritious vegetables, worth USD 480 on the local market, improving their self‑reliance.
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    The Democratic Republic of the Congo is still one of the world’s most food-insecure countries with one in four Congolese in high acute food insecurity. The key drivers remain violence triggering significant population displacements (mainly in the eastern provinces), the effects of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and related containment measures, limited infrastructure, the economic decline linked to the currency depreciation and drop in GDP growth, natural hazards (e.g. floods, animal diseases, etc.) and poor harvests. Providing vulnerable households with agricultural support is crucial to safeguard their livelihoods, particularly in the eastern regions as well as in Tanganyika and the Kasais given the withdrawal of the United Nations mission.

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