Chad | Humanitarian Response Plan 2022


In Chad, the number of people projected to be in acute food insecurity has increased by nearly 70 percent in two years – from 1.2 million to 2 million.
In June–August, food stocks from the previous harvest are generally depleted, food prices peak and income-generating opportunities become limited. Strengthening vulnerable households’ livelihoods will allow them to rapidly produce food to better withstand the lean season.