Food Security Sector Dashboard - November 2023

In November 2023, 1.6 million people were assisted with emergency food assistance, out of which 1.2 million people were reached through cash modality and 232 thousand people with in-kind modality; while 403 thousand people were reached with agricultural livelihoods support out of which 162 thousand people were reached through cash modality and 240 thousand people with in-kind modality in Borno, Adamawa and Yobe (BAY) states.

In BAY states, a total of 4.4 million people are expected to be food insecure during the 2024 lean season, of which 468,981 will be in the “emergency phase” (phase 4). Approximately 495,500 food-insecure people are internally displaced, of which 114,000 are in phase 4. Compared to June-August 2023, the food-insecure population in BAY states increased by 3%. At the same time, the Phase 4 population in the three BAY states declined by 10%, per the November 2023 Cadre Harmonise analysis. 

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