Food Security Sector SO2 State Gap Analysis - April 2018
|Post date||Friday, 1 June, 2018 - 09:50|
|Document Type||Periodic Monitoring Report, Data/Statistics, Map, 3/4W|
|Content Themes||Resilience, Agriculture, Early Recovery, Livestock, Livelihoods, Coordination, Information Management|
|Sources||FAO, Food Security Cluster, Food Security Sector|
As of April 2018, FSS partners have been able to assist more than one million individuals with agriculture and livelihood interventions in the three most affected north-east states of Nigeria. Against the 2018 HRP target for Strategic Objective 2 (Agriculture and Livelihood), in April, sector partners have reached 41% of the target (2.9 million individuals to be assisted by the end of December 2018). The largest gap identified is in Borno state with approximately 0.7 million beneficiaries not reached so far, while in Yobe state, 0.6 million people were not reached and Adamawa state recorded a total of 0.5 million not reached during the reporting period. However, it is anticipated that the number of population assisted will significantly increase as partners continue the ongoing rainy season distribution campaign to support food production.