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14 Aug 2017 description

11% of the total rural population (71 719 669) are classified in IPC Phases 3 and 4, an increase of almost 30% of the number of people in acute food and livelihood crisis compared to the previous year.

HIGHLIGHTS

10 Aug 2017 description

Créé le: Juin 2017

Valable pour: Déc. 2017

FAITS SAILLANTS

  • Au total, le nombre de personnes en crise alimentaire et des moyens d’existence aiguë (phases 3 et 4) est estimé à 7,7 millions de personnes dans les zones rurales couvertes par ce 15ème cycle IPC. Celles-ci sont nécessiteuses de l’aide d’urgence dans le but de sauver des vies humaines par une assistance holistique pour les besoins essentiels (nourriture, eau, médicaments, logement, production agricole d’urgence etc.).

12 Oct 2016 description

Baisse de près de 10% du nombre de personnes en situation de crise alimentaire et épuisement accéléré des moyens d'existence (phases 3 et 4) malgré le contexte de crise prolongée en RD Congo.

Principaux résultats et problèmes de vulnérabilité à l’insécurité alimentaire aiguë en RD Congo

17 Nov 2015 description

The 13th IPC acute food insecurity analysis in DRC covered the rural areas of North Kivu, South Kivu, Maniema, Central Kongo and former provinces of Orientale, Katanga and Equateur.

Key Highlights:

20 Feb 2015 description

Dégradation de la situation de la sécurité alimentaire en Ituri (Province Orientale) et à Boende (Equateur) ; persistance des phases d’urgence à Punia (Maniema), Shabunda (Sud-Kivu), Manono, Mitwaba et Pweto (Katanga)

Les analyses du 12ème cycle IPC ont couvert l’ensemble de la partie rurale du territoire national ; les analyses des zones urbaines n’étant pas encore abordées jusqu’à ce jour. Les travaux des Groupes de travail techniques ont permis de mettre en exergue :

28 Jan 2015 description

Worsening of the food insecurity situation in Ituri (Province Orientale) and in Boende (Equateur); persistence of the Emergency Phase in Punia (Maniema), Shabunda (South-Kivu), Manono, Mitwaba and Pweto (Katanga)

The analysis of the 12th IPC cycle conducted in DRC covered the entire rural areas of the national territory. The work performed by the technical groups showed that:

14 Aug 2014 description

Editorial Note

10 Years of IPC

This year, the IPC celebrates its 10th anniversary. Originally developed by FAO in Somalia in 2004, the IPC has been extensively applied in different countries and contexts.

In 2007, the IPC became a Multi- Agency Partnership, now led by 11 Partners under the results-based IPC Global Strategic Programme (2014- 2016) launched in February 2014.

11 Jul 2014 description

Dégradation de la situation alimentaire au Maniema ; contrairement à une amélioration en Province Orientale et un statut quo sur le reste des provinces de l’Est de la RDC

20 Mar 2014 description

The third issue of the new IPC Newsletter highlights important initiatives and technical developments undertaken at Global Level, among them the Launch of the IPC Global Strategic Programme and Vision (2014-2016), the 3rd Chronic Scale Synthesis Meeting, and the ISS Pilots in Tanzania and Honduras. It also features recent IPC impacts, results and progress achieved at Regional and Country Level in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

27 Jan 2014 description

Une insécurité alimentaire toujours persistante ; les conflits armés continuent d’inhiber les efforts de tous les acteurs de la sécurité alimentaire

27 Jan 2014 description

An ever persisting food insecurity ; armed conflicts still jeopardize the efforts of all food security stakeholders

Executive Summary:

According to the results of the 10th IPC analysis cycle of DRC (December 2013), the population in humanitarian IPC phases “3 and 4” is estimated at 6.7 million (i.e. 11% of the rural population). This figure shows an increase of 5% in comparison with the previous cycle of June 2013 which revealed that 6.4 million were facing acute food insecurity and livelihood crisis.

21 Aug 2013 description

According to the 9th IPC analysis led in June 2013, 6.35 million people experience food insecurity in DRC, classified in IPC phases 3 Crisis and 4 Emergency. Compared to the previous analysis of October 2012 (updated in December 2012), there has been a very slight overall improvement.