Zimbabwe Key Message Update, May 2017

ReliefWeb writes: " Food availability and access expected to improve as the main harvest peaks Key Messages After delays due to late planting and above normal soil moisture conditions, harvesting activities intensified across the country in May. Harvesting is expected to extend into June in some areas. Although official production estimates are still to come, the harvests are expected to improve the food security situation across the country. Average to above-average production is expected in surplus-producing northern areas and other high production areas, resulting in a shift from mainly Stressed (IPC Phase 2) outcomes in May to Minimal (IPC Phase 1) acute food security outcomes from June through September. In most of the south and marginal cropping areas in the north, Crisis (IPC Phase 3) outcomes in May are expected to improve to Stressed (IPC Phase 2) outcomes between June and September. Very poor and poor households will consume own-produced crop but still face significant livelihood protection deficits due to poor livelihood options partly as a result of the continuing liquidity crisis." /> ...".

Read more at ReliefWeb.

Letzte Änderung: Thursday, 22-Jun-2017 21:19:42 CEST
Vorherige Meldung:
11.5.2017 Zimbabwe's opposition coalition: Avengers Assemble or Suicide Squad?