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The number of serious food crises or famine
# Countries Values (UN) trend
1 BENIN--
2 BURKINA FASO--
3 CABO VERDE--
4 COTE D'IVOIRE--
5 GAMBIA--
6 GHANA--
7 GUINEE--
8 GUINEE BISSAU--
8 LIBERIA--
9 MALI--
10 MAURTANIE--
11 NIGER--
12 NIGERIA--
13 SENEGAL--
14 SIERRA LEONE--
15 TCHAD--
16 TOGO--
The number of serious food crises or famine

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Objectives and concepts

The indicators of the early warning subsystem are mainly used to monitor the vulnerability of populations affected by risks and disasters in order to regularly inform decision-makers, field actors and technical and financial partners at regional, national and local levels on the evolution of the food and nutritional situation. The main indicators monitored in early warning can be grouped as follows

  • Consumption indicators
  • Indicators for monitoring livelihood assets assessment
  • Nutrtion indicators
  • Mortality indicators
  • Food availability indicators
  • indicators for measuring accessibility to basic foodstuffs
  • indicators for assessing the level of food utilization
  • stability indicators

Process and scheme for data collection and processing

The data come from country-level agricultural surveys, Early Warning Systems (EWS), country Multidisciplinary Working Groups, and data-providing services that are members of the Multidisciplinary Working Groups or other similar policy frameworks



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