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2017 Jilaal Impact Household Survey Results (April 2017): Northern Inland Pastoral (NIP), Bay Agro-pastoral, Baidoa IDPs and Mogadishu IDPs

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Global Acute Malnutrition (GAM) has increased in Northern Inland Pastoral (NIP) livelihood zone since Deyr 2016/17. The increase is statistically significant. There has been a slight decline in GAM in rural Bay Agropastoral since Deyr 2016/17 but the change is not significant.

GAM prevalence rates are considered Critical (15-30%) in NIP and rural Bgay during Deyr 2016/17 as well as in Jilaal 2017.

Global Acute MalnutriDon (GAM) has increased among Baidoa IDPs as well as Mogdishu IDPs since Deyr 2016/17. The increase is statistically significant among IDPs in Baidoa.

Jilaal 2017 GAM prevalence rates are considered Critical (15-30%) in both Baidoa and Mogadishu.