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19 Mar 2018 description

The scale and geographic location of the emergency nutrition response in 2018 will remain in the southern and south eastern belt of the country with pockets areas of the north and east of the country affected by the protracted drought, high IDP burden and high food insecurity. As a result the national projected caseload of children requiring treatment for severe acute malnutrition will remain high at 350,111 and a projection of 3.48 million individuals (children 6-59 months and pregnant women and nursing mothers) will require MAM treatment across 463 priority 1,2 and 3 woredas.

11 Jan 2018 description

In order to support management of the humanitarian response in Ethiopia, sectors have identified a set of response and contextual indicators. The monthly data provided against those indicators by the sectors has been visualized in the following infographics. These visuals will help understand how the drought response is progressing and identify where issues are developing so that proactive measures can be taken.

04 Oct 2017 description

In order to support management of the humanitarian response in Ethiopia, sectors have identified a set of response and contextual indicators. The monthly data provided against those indicators by the sectors has been visualized in the following infographics.
These visuals will help understand how the drought response is progressing and identify where issues are developing so that proactive measures can be taken.

02 Jun 2017 description
infographic Nutrition Cluster

In 2017 projected caseload for children treated for SAM is 303,000 and 2.7 million children and pregnant and lactating women requiring MAM treatment. Ahead of the revised HRD 2017, and based on Q1 admissions rates across the country, the Nutrition Cluster projects increase in treatment needs from June-December and recommends early planning and resource mobilization to avert a pipeline break for SAM and MAM treatment.

13 Apr 2017 description

The cluster projects 303,000 children with SAM will be treated in 2017; of these, 130,000 SAM cases in IOD affected woredas in Somali, parts of SNNP, Oromia and Afar regions. The cost for treatment supplies and related costs to address the expected SAM cases amounts to US$14.3 million, of which only US$4.2 million are currently available. The projections for required MAM commodities in priority one woredas is US$32 million, of which US$16 million is currently available and US$23.6 million required for priority 2 woredas, for which no funding is currently available.

22 Mar 2017 description

The cluster projects 303,000 children with SAM will be treated in 2017; of these, 130,000 SAM cases in IOD affected woredas in Somali, parts of SNNP, Oromia and Afar regions. The cost for treatment supplies and related costs to address the expected SAM cases amounts to US$14.3 million, of which only US$4.2 million are currently available. The projections for required MAM commodities in priority one woredas is US$32 million, of which US$16 million is currently available and US$23.6 million required for priority 2 woredas, for which no funding is currently available.

25 Oct 2016 description

In order to support management of the humanitarian response in Ethiopia, sectors have identified a set of response and contextual indicators. The monthly data provided against those indicators by the sectors has been visualized in the following info graphics. These visuals will help understand how the drought response is progressing and identify where issues are developing so that proactive measures can be taken

16 Sep 2016 description
  • The Agriculture sector started delivering seeds mid-April, in preparation for the Meher planting season, which takes place from June to mid-July. As of end of July, at least 90 per cent of crop seeds and 37 per cent of vegetable seeds had been delivered against the plans.

29 Jul 2016 description
  • The Agriculture sector started delivering seeds mid-April, in preparation for the Meher planting season, which takes place from June to mid-July. As of end of June, at least 75 per cent of crop seeds and 27 per cent of vegetable seeds had been delivered against the plans.