FEWSNET

AcronymDefinition
FEWSNETFamine Early Warning System Network
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
EU Comission, "Deteriorating Humanitarian Situation- Ethiopia (DGG ECHO, FEWSNET, UN, NDRMC, IOM ETT) (ECHO Daily Flash of 24 October 2017).
However, crisis outcomes continue in parts of Isiolo and Tana River, due to poor food and income availability,' said FEWSNET, a leading provider of early warnings and analyses on acute food insecurity.
This is attributable to the drastic curtailment of activities on commercial farms which occurred within months of the eruption of land occupations (Fewsnet 2002).
Although this year's harvest will exceed the 2004/05 drought-hit yields, "agricultural preparedness in the country was very poor and this has led to failure to take full advantage of good rainfall", said Fewsnet. The World Food Programme and other UN agencies estimate that about 4m Zimbabweans in a population of 13m face food shortages.
(14) For example, FEWSNET, "Greater Horn of Africa Food Security Update," (report, 22 April 2002), http://www.fews.net/centers/files/East_200203en.pdf.
Fewsnet, a US-funded global research and food security organisation, listed the Zimbabwe food emergency second in Africa to Ethiopia, where 8.
These groups are part of 2.8 million people throughout South Sudan who are officially classified as facing a food insecurity crisis or emergency, Fewsnet, the global body mandated to monitor such situations, revealed.
Fortunately, we did, as the Director General just said, have a bit of a head start because of the Famine Early Warning System Network known as FEWSNet. The United States supports it along with others.
2015b) data indicated one of the worst droughts in more than 50 years (FEWSNET 2015).
At least 2.5 million people are facing severe levels of hunger, aid agencies say, with the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWSNET) predicting that more than a million people are likely to face severe starvation by June this year.