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UGANDA INTEGRATED FOOD SECURITY PHASE CLASSIFICATION 2008 Second Season Projection, July to December 2008. Defining attributes of Crisis Areas in Phase 3, 4 or 5. Population in Phase (Include # High Risk) 0 – 100,000 101,000 – 500,000 >500,000 Percent population in respective phase

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Defining attributes of crisis areas in phase 3 4 or 5

UGANDA INTEGRATED FOOD SECURITY PHASE CLASSIFICATION

2008 Second Season Projection, July to December 2008

Defining attributes of Crisis Areas in Phase 3, 4 or 5

Population in Phase (Include # High Risk)

0 – 100,000 101,000 – 500,000 >500,000

Percent population in

respective phase

Criteria for Social Targeting

I Livelihood system

II Wealth group

III OVC status

IV Gender

V HIV/AIDS

VI Internal displacement status

Key Immediate Causes

a civil insecurity

b drought

c floods

d landslides

e human disease outbreaks

f livestock epidemics

g crop disease

h price fluctuations

i population influx (due to IDPs or refugees)

KEY UNDERLYING CAUSES

A Post-conflict state

B Environmental degradation

C Inter-clan conflicts

D Poor governance/government policies

E Inadequate local government resources

Recurrence of Crisis in Past 10 yrs

Low (1-2yrs), Moderate (3-4yrs)

High (>5yrs)

Confidence Level of Analysis

* Low

** Medium

*** High

Magnitude

1,045,754

----------------------

I, II, III, IV, V, VI

----------------------

a, b, c, e, h, i

----------------------

A,B, C, D, E

----------------------

High

----------------------

***

91

Depth

378,261

----------------------

I, II, IV. V

----------------------

a, b, c, f, g, h

----------------------

B, C, D, E

----------------------

High

----------------------

***

76

9

24

Who

Why

Frequency

Confidence

407,543

----------------------

I, II, IV, V

----------------------

a, b, c, f, g, h

----------------------

B, C, D, E

----------------------

High

----------------------

***

76

10

14

Current or Imminent Phase

Risk of Worsening Phase

Projected Trend

↑ Improving Situation ↓ Worsening Situation

↔ No Change ↑↓ Mixed Situation

▲ IDP camps

Datum: WGS 84 Maps: FAO

Data sources: UBOS, MAAIF, MoH, DWD, Met. Dept, UNDP, WFP, UNICEF, FEWSNET, FAO, WHO, JRC, IPC Technical Working Group

Updated: July 2008