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September 2022

Set of instruments for the prevention and management of food and nutrition crises

January 2023

HDP-N Methodological guide for conducting the inclusive country diagnosis

November 2021

Impact of the Covid-19 crisis on pastoral communities

December 2022

Opening Statement by Dr Ibrahim Assane MAYAKI



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December 2022

Sahel and West Africa: 28.9 million people in crisis phase ( 3-5) November-December 2022

April 2022

Sahel and West Africa: 27.3 million of people in crisis phase ( 3-5), March-may 2022

December 2021

Sahel and West Africa: 33.4 million people expected to face crisis or worse (phase 3-5) June-Aug 2022



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Did you know? Civil society’s commitment to the PREGEC Charter


Did you know? Making nutrition a priority

Réseau RPCA


For the third consecutive year, the region is facing a major food and nutrition crisis. An estimated 38.3 million people will require immediate food and nutrition assistance in June-August 2022.  Meeting by videoconference and face-to-face, some 160 members participated in the three-day discussions.  They examined the final results of the 2021-22 agropastoral season and validated the results of the Cadre harmonisé analyses of the food and nutrition situation. Participants also discussed the contribution of food systems to nutritional challenges. The Global Alliance for Resilience (AGIR) Senior Expert Group (SEG) session discussed the Chadian experience in resilience of the most vulnerable populations. The participants also discussed several of the Network’s projects that contribute to strengthening regional governance of food and nutrition security. On the margins of the RPCA meeting, a high-level consultation was held between policy makers and other non-state actors from the Sahel and West and Central Africa, and their international partners. The 38th RPCA meeting will be held from 6 to 8 December 2022 with the central theme of “Pastoral and security crises and food and nutrition resilience”.