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Malawi - Floods OCHA Situation Report No. 1

Ref: OCHA/GVA - 2003/0012 OCHA Situation Report No. 1 Malawi - Floods 15 January 2003 Click here to see the related map of this disaster. This report is based on information provided by the United...

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Malawi

Malawi - An atlas of social statistics

PREFACE The National Statistical Office of the government of Malawi was established to collect, compile, analyze, publish, and disseminate statistical information on a wide range of topics.The...

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Malawi

Help needed for famine-stricken Malawi

Written by Mason Booth, Staff Writer, RedCross.org "There's just nothing growing. Looking around, the entire landscape is dry and barren. We only have enough food for the most severely affected...

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Malawi

FEWS Malawi Food Security Report mid-Nov to mid-Dec 2002

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Planting rains started three weeks to one month late in many parts of the country, especially in the southern and central regions, raising fears of another bad season for crop...

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Malawi

Malawi Appeal No.01.17/2003

1 USD 556,376 or EUR 551,823.2 These are preliminary budget figures for 2004, and are subject to revision. Introduction National Context Malawi is a small country in the heart of Southern Africa. Out...

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Southern Africa Region Appeal No. 01.24/2003

Introduction Already prone to natural disasters, Southern Africa, in 2002, experienced the worst drought to hit the region in ten years with more than fourteen million people affected. A massive...

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Malawi

UNICEF Malawi Situation Report 29 Nov - 6 Dec 2003

Core statistics on children 65% of population live below poverty line of about US $1.00 per capita per day Child malnutrition: - Stunting: moderate: 49%; severe: 25.4% - Underweight: moderate: 25.4%...

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Malawi + 5 more

HIV/AIDS and Food Insecurity in Southern Africa

Summary Southern Africa is facing a serious humanitarian crisis with severe long-term consequences affecting the entire region. Erratic rainfall, poor governance, poverty, unsustainable debt, failing...

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Malawi + 8 more

Southern Africa Programme Update No. 2 (Appeal No. 01.16/2002)

This Programme Update is intended for reporting on Annual Appeals.Appeal Target: CHF 15,818,226 (2002) and CHF 21,272,813 (2003) Period covered: July - September, 2002; last Programme Update (no. 1)...

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Malawi

FEWS Malawi Food Security Report mid-Oct to mid-Nov 2002

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Some farmers in the Southern Region have begun to plant after receiving significant amounts of rain. Others are still waiting for the main season rains to start in earnest. Farm...

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Malawi

UNICEF Malawi Situation Report 9 - 15 Nov 2002

Core statistics on children 65% of population live below poverty line of about US $1.00 per capita per day Child malnutrition: Stunting: moderate: 49%; severe: 25.4% Underweight: moderate: 25.4% -...

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Malawi

WHO Malawi Nutrition Activities

WHO's general approach is to develop integrated strategies focused on the immediate effects of malnutrition (capacity to treat malnourished children) and on the underlying causes (absent or...

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Malawi + 1 more

Southern Africa Food Crisis Update

A DEC (Disasters Emergencies Committee) appeal for the Southern Africa Crisis was launched in the UK on the 25th July 2002 covering Angola, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Zimbabwe and...

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