Food Secuirty Sector: Agricultural Livelihood (SO2) Gap Analysis , Janaury 2024

Since 2020, the assistance going towards agricultural livelihoods has consistently reduced year on year, despite the increased opportunities and demand for livelihood support by the affected population. 

In January 2024, the sector partners assisted 10 thousand of people with agricultural livelihood interventions in the BAY states out of the 3.9M targeted people. The most significant gap identified remains in Adamawa State (100 percent) and Yobe States (100 percent), followed Borno State (99 percent). The gap in agriculture livelihood support is 3.9 million people based on the 2024 lean season projected people in need.

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