IPC
International Organization based in Kenya

All Updates

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13 Sep 2017 description

L’analyse actuelle a dénombré 18% de la population burundaise, soit 1,76 million de personnes en phase humanitaire (phases 3 et 4 de l’IPC). Cette situation reflète une légère amélioration par rapport à la même période l’an dernier, soit 3% de la population en phase 4 en 2017 contre 5% en 2016.

La plaine de l’Imbo est la plus touchée et la plus vulnérable à l’insécurité alimentaire avec 35% de la population en phase de crise alimentaire et 4% en phase d’urgence en 2017B contre respectivement 14% et 6% en 2016B.

13 Sep 2017 description

The current IPC analysis has counted 1.76 million people (18% of the Burundian population) in the humanitarian phase (IPC Phases 3 and 4). This reflects a slight improvement compared to the same period last year, with 3% of the population in Phase 4 in 2017, compared to 5% in 2016.

The Imbo plain is the most affected and most vulnerable to food insecurity with 35% of the population in a food crisis and 4% in the emergency phase (IPC Phase 4) in 2017 B against 14% and 6% respectively in 2016B.

22 Aug 2017 description

Food security situation has slightly improved compared to the same period last year.

A total of 157 localities were classified for the period of the update. Two states were not classified due to lack of information (Gedaref and East Darfur) besides 4 Localities were not classified due to lack of information.

Maps / Infographics

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Training

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03 Feb 2016 description
training Ongoing course Integrated Food Security Phase Classification

This e-learning course, entitled Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) - version 2.0, provides an overview of IPC approach. The goal of this course is to provide guidance on how to use IPC tools and procedures specifically focused on acute food insecurity.

Audience

The target audience of the e-learning course includes: