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FOOD SECURITY SNAPSHOT
Good “kiremti” rains (June-September) benefited 2016 main season cereal crops
Moisture deficits affect grazing resources in most coastal areas
Good prospects for yields of 2016 main “kiremti” season crops
covering mixed migration events, trends and data for Djibouti, Eritrea/Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Puntland, Somalia, Somaliland and Yemen.
New Arrivals: According to the data compiled by the UNHCR and partners during the month of September 2012, an estimated 8,382 people arrived on Yemen’s shores, with the largest movement of 5,530 people moving from Djibouti, representing 66% of the total arrivals.
Rains continue to pound much of region
Great Lakes crisis unabated
Burundi, Eritrea suffer from “extremely alarming” hunger
Food security expected to improve in Ethiopia as primary harvest starts
Flooding affects tens of thousands in central Somalia
Oxfam warns Somalia’s food crisis likely to worsen in coming months
Massive flooding to affect food security and livelihoods in South Sudan
Kenya Law on Internally Displaced Persons passed