YEMEN

Yemen

In July 2015, WFP started remote phone-based data collection and food security monitoring in Yemen through the mVAM (mobile Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping) approach. Survey respondents are contacted through a call centre, and asked to respond to a short series of questions on household food consumption and coping. Respondents are also given the opportunity to report on the food security situation in their communities.

  

Bulletin Title Month Year Report Viz
21 Food security indicators are poor in Hajjah as access to food assistance decreases 04 2017
20 Food security indicators are poor in Raymah, Ad Dali and Lahj governorates 03 2017
19 Access to food assistance improves 02 2017
18 No improvement in household food security across Yemen 01 2017
17 Negative coping levels increase among IDPs and suspension of salaries persists 12 2016
16 Concerns over worsening levels of food security and unpaid salaries 11 2016
15 Food security deteriorates in spite of the harvest, particularly in Sana’a 10 2016  
14 Food security indicators continue to be poor 09 2016  
13 The food security situation regresses to pre-Ramadan levels. Food insecurity is alarming in Taizz. 08 2016  
12 Despite temporary improvement in food security indicators during Ramadan, overall food insecurity persists 07 2016  
11 Food insecurity increases nationwide 06 2016  
10 National food security indicators remain stable in April and May 05 2016  
9 High level of food insecurity persists 04 2016  
8 Food insecurity remains at high levels 03 2016  
7 Food insecurity of internally displaced households is worst on record 02 2016  
6 IDPs continue using more coping strategies 01 2016  
5 Food security further deteriorates for IDPs 12 2015  
4 Conflict and cyclones further aggravate food insecurity in Yemen 11 2015  
3 More frequent use of negative coping strategies in Yemen 10 2015  
2 IDP food consumption deteriorates 09 2015  
1 Conflict leads to acute food insecurity for displaced households 08 2015