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SADC regional vulnerability assessment & analysis (RVAA): synthesis report on the state of food and nutrition security and vulnerability in Southern Africa 2018

Source(s):  Southern African Development Community (SADC)

This document provides a regional assessment of food security and vulnerability for SADC member countries, and aims to synthesise national level vulnerability assessments, facilitate discussions and a shared vision for reducing vulnerability, and discuss emerging trends in vulnerability assessments. 

This document describes the regional food and nutrition security outlook for 2018/19 and analyses the factors that influence this security, including an assessment of the 2017/18 rainfall season, food production, agricultural employment and household income, water, sanitation and hygiene, HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis, and gender. It presents current acute needs, structural constraints and recommendations for addressing the vulnerability to food and nutrition security across the region.



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  • SADC regional vulnerability assessment & analysis (RVAA): synthesis report on the state of food and nutrition security and vulnerability in Southern Africa 2018
  • Publication date 2018
  • Number of pages 23 p.

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