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SOUTHERN AFRICA DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY
Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Vulnerability Assessment Committee


Regional Emergency Food Security Assessment Report
- Covering Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe


16 September 2002, Harare
Contact details Mr R Mugwara: rmugwara@sadcfanr.org

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A collaborative report of the National Vulnerability Assessment Committees in Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe; the SADC Regional Early Warning Unit; the SADC Regional Remote Sensing Unit, the SADC Regional Food Security Database Project; WFP; FEWS NET; SC(UK); CARE; FAO; UNICEF; IFRC; with financial support from National Governments, DFID, WFP, and USAID.
 
Table of contents
1. SADC REGIONAL FOOD SECURITY EMERGENCY ASSESSMENT HIGHLIGHTS
2. WHAT IS THE CURRENT FOOD SECURITY SITUATION AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL?
3. WHAT IS THE SITUATION AT THE HOUSEHOLD LEVEL?
4. IS THE FOOD SITUATION GETTING BETTER OR WORSE?
5. IS NUTRITIONAL STATUS A CAUSE FOR CONCERN?
6. WHAT IS THE FOOD SITUATION LIKELY TO BE IN THE FUTURE?
7. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR DECISION-MAKING?


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