Oct 1st, 2022

IPC Alert - Haiti, Oct 2022

HAITI: 4.7 million people experiencing high levels of acute food insecurity driven by armed gang activities and natural disasters
Sep 5th, 2022

Global Report on Food Crises 2022 (mid-year update)

By mid-2022, the magnitude and severity of acute food insecurity in countries/territories with available data reached alarming levels, but better analysis is needed in more places to ensure a full understanding of global needs.
Sep 1st, 2022

IPC Alert - Somalia, Sep 2022

Somalia: 6.7 million people across Somalia will likely face high levels of acute food insecurity, Famine projected in two districts
Aug 31st, 2022

FEWS NET Alert - Somalia, Aug 2022

Somalia: Famine (IPC Phase 5) is expected in parts of Bay Region unless humanitarian assistance urgently reaches people most in need
Jul 15th, 2022

Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) Market Monitor (July 2022)

The wheat harvest is underway in the northern hemisphere, with hot and dry conditions impeding winter wheat yields in several major producing regions, which further confirm an expected decline in global wheat production in 2022. While maize production prospects improved this month, global maize output is also forecast to fall below last year's level. Against this background, and with exports from Ukraine still largely constrained, international wheat and maize markets are expected to stay tight. This means prices will remain volatile and continue to be highly sensitive to daily news on crop development, weather conditions and policy changes. By contrast, global rice production prospects appear strong despite high input prices while soybean output could hit a new record.