The SADC RVAA Programme has the following goal: Reduced poverty and vulnerability through climate-resilient livelihoods in the SADC Region. The Programme has the following purpose: Enhanced regional and national response to climate change, poverty and livelihood vulnerability. To guide the introduction of emerging issues and innovations into the vulnerability assessment and analysis, SADC under the RVAC has established the following technical working groups: Nutrition Information Management Urban Assessments Integrated Phase Classification (IPC) for food security Centre of Excellence (of five Universities) and Capacity Building Markets Assessments
Organisation Data Description: Vulnerability assessment and analysis (VAA) concern monitoring of states', households' and individuals' capacity to deal with external hazards such as drought, economic crises, and climate change. Critical elements include meteorological and crop projections, household economic analysis, and food and nutrition security surveys, leading to recommendations for short term and long term interventions.
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This data is complied from SADC members who presented there results during the July 2019 Dissemination workshop held in Namibia. The Data has the Food Insecure Populations in SADC Member States, in the period April 2019 - March 2020.
This data is complied from SADC members who presented there results during the July 2019 Dissemination workshop held in Namibia. The Data has production and cereal balances in Metric Tonnes as of July 2019.