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ANNUAL CROP AND FOOD SUPPLY ASSESSMENT MISSION(CFSAM) For Sudan - Assessment Mission Report 2021/2022  2022.
The 2021 national cereal production of cereals (including wheat crops to be harvested in March 2022) is estimated at about 5 million tonnes, 35 percent below the output obtained in the previous year and 30 percent below the average of the previous five years.  Sorghum production is forecast at about 3.5 million tonnes, 32 percent lower than the level of the previous year and 28 percent less t
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Mid-season Assessment Mission Report for Sudan 2022/2023  2022.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, Food Security Technical Secretariat (FSTS) with assistance of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the World Food Programme (WFP), the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET), and USAID, carried out its annual mid-season assessment for the main season 2022/2023. The field assessment was carried out from 05 -24 Septe
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The Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, Food Security Technical Secretariat (FSTS) with assistance of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the World Food Programme (WFP), the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET), and USAID, carried out its annual mid-season assessment for the main season 2022/2023. The field assessment was carried out from 05 -24 Septe
Household Food Security $ livelihood Assessment In Selected areas of South Kordofan State (Kadugli, Ar reif ash shargi & Dilling Localities)- December 2021  2022.
Southern Kordofan has two climatic zones. The northern part of the state is a semi-dry low rainfall savannah while the south is semi-humid high rainfall savannah. The state has diverse livelihood zones the main ones being Rainfed Sorghum Belt (49%), Southeast Rainfed Semi-mechanized Agriculture (33%), and Cattle Dominant Agro pastoral (14%). Other livelihood zones present are North Kordofa
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Southern Kordofan has two climatic zones. The northern part of the state is a semi-dry low rainfall savannah while the south is semi-humid high rainfall savannah. The state has diverse livelihood zones the main ones being Rainfed Sorghum Belt (49%), Southeast Rainfed Semi-mechanized Agriculture (33%), and Cattle Dominant Agro pastoral (14%). Other livelihood zones present are North Kordofa
Mid-season Assessment Mission Report 2021/2022  2021.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, Food Security Technical Secretariat (FSTS) with assistance of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO),the World Food Programme (WFP), the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET), and USAID, carried out its annual mid-season assessment for season 2021/2022, between September5th – September 16th to identify the main factors
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The Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, Food Security Technical Secretariat (FSTS) with assistance of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO),the World Food Programme (WFP), the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET), and USAID, carried out its annual mid-season assessment for season 2021/2022, between September5th – September 16th to identify the main factors
Assessment of Desert Locust Impacts on the Agricultural Season – 2nd Round February 2021  2021.
Desert locust is one of the hazards affecting agriculture and food security as well. FSTS according to its mandate is working to monitor all hazards contributing to food insecurity. On the other hand, Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Plant Protection Administration is working very hard to combat Deseret locust from the first stages of its life cycle, supported by FAO. Nevertheles
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Desert locust is one of the hazards affecting agriculture and food security as well. FSTS according to its mandate is working to monitor all hazards contributing to food insecurity. On the other hand, Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Plant Protection Administration is working very hard to combat Deseret locust from the first stages of its life cycle, supported by FAO. Nevertheles
ANNUAL CROP AND FOOD SUPPLY ASSESSMENT MISSION For Sudan February 2021  2021.
National cereal production in 2020 (sorghum, millet and wheat) is estimated at 7.6 million tonnes, 8 percent up from 2019 and 20 percent higher than the average of the past five-years, driven by an increased sorghum output. Sorghum production is expected at about 5 million tonnes, 35 percent higher than the level of the previous year and 12 percent above the past five-year average. The nation
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National cereal production in 2020 (sorghum, millet and wheat) is estimated at 7.6 million tonnes, 8 percent up from 2019 and 20 percent higher than the average of the past five-years, driven by an increased sorghum output. Sorghum production is expected at about 5 million tonnes, 35 percent higher than the level of the previous year and 12 percent above the past five-year average. The nation
Mid-season Assessment Mission Report 2020/2021  2020.
With assistance of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the World Food Programme (WFP), the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET), and USAID, the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Food Security Technical Secretariat (FSTS) carried out its annual mid-season assessment, between September 13th – October 4th to identify the main factors affectin
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With assistance of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the World Food Programme (WFP), the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET), and USAID, the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Food Security Technical Secretariat (FSTS) carried out its annual mid-season assessment, between September 13th – October 4th to identify the main factors affectin
Special Report: Annual Crop and Food Supply Assessment Mission to the Sudan February 2020  2020.
National total production of sorghum and millet in 2019/20 is estimated at 5.1 million tonnes, 36 percent below the previous year’s record output and 18 percent less than the five-year average. Sorghum production is expected at about 4 million tonnes, 26 percent lower than the level of the previous year and 19 percent less than the five-year average. The national millet production is estimated at
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National total production of sorghum and millet in 2019/20 is estimated at 5.1 million tonnes, 36 percent below the previous year’s record output and 18 percent less than the five-year average. Sorghum production is expected at about 4 million tonnes, 26 percent lower than the level of the previous year and 19 percent less than the five-year average. The national millet production is estimated at
Proceedings of Inception Workshop - 12th November 2019  2019.
The Greater Stability in Eastern Sudan through Better and More Informed Decision Making in Food Security Project inception workshop was held on November 2019 in Khartoum at Al-Salam Rotana Hotel. A cross-section of more than 60 people participated in the workshop; including representatives from Federal and States governments’ Line Ministries namely Ministry of Agriculture& Natural Resource
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The Greater Stability in Eastern Sudan through Better and More Informed Decision Making in Food Security Project inception workshop was held on November 2019 in Khartoum at Al-Salam Rotana Hotel. A cross-section of more than 60 people participated in the workshop; including representatives from Federal and States governments’ Line Ministries namely Ministry of Agriculture& Natural Resource
Report on Capacity Needs Assessment for Strengthening Food Security and Nutrition Information Systems at Federal Level in Khartoum - August 2019  2019.
In the inception phase of the project, and in close collaboration with the Government of Sudan, the FSPS CB Project undertook a capacity assessment of Federal Food Security Technical Secretariat (FFSTS) in Khartoum in August 2019. The Federal vii FSTS has been supported by both SIFSIA and FSPS projects, but the given support was limited and less than the desired. Under previous phase of the
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In the inception phase of the project, and in close collaboration with the Government of Sudan, the FSPS CB Project undertook a capacity assessment of Federal Food Security Technical Secretariat (FFSTS) in Khartoum in August 2019. The Federal vii FSTS has been supported by both SIFSIA and FSPS projects, but the given support was limited and less than the desired. Under previous phase of the
Consolidated Summary Report of Baseline Capacity Needs Assessments - July 2019  2019.
The Impact of the new Programme is to contribute to a more conducive and sustainable living environment for vulnerable populations, including refugees and host communities, hence contributing to greater stability and reducing factors at the root of irregular and forced migration. The expected Outcome of the proposed Programme is to strengthen food security information systems that are able
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The Impact of the new Programme is to contribute to a more conducive and sustainable living environment for vulnerable populations, including refugees and host communities, hence contributing to greater stability and reducing factors at the root of irregular and forced migration. The expected Outcome of the proposed Programme is to strengthen food security information systems that are able
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