2008

Djibouti Response Plan for drought, food and nutrition crisis

Djibouti
31 July 2008

The United Nations Country Team (UNCT) in Djibouti is appealing for US$[1]31.7 million to support the Government of Djibouti to respond—with a consolidated approach over the next six months—to the current food and nutrition crisis aggravated by drought and soaring global food prices. 

Mid-Year Review of the Consolidated Appeal for Côte d'Ivoire 2008

Abidjan
15 July 2008

Consolidated Appeal for Côte d'Ivoire 2008

Abidjan
10 December 2007

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Mid-Year Review of the Consolidated Appeal for Chad 2008

N'Djamena
15 July 2008

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Consolidated Appeal for Chad 2008

N'Djamena
10 December 2007

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Consolidated Appeal for the Central African Republic 2008

Bangui
10 December 2007

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Afghanistan Joint Appeal for the Humanitarian Consequences of the Rise in Food Prices 2008

Kabul
23 January 2008

Eighty percent of the population of Afghanistan relies on agriculture, which contributes more than 50% to GDP.  Wheat, used to make bread, is the staple food of the vast majority of Afghans and the most important food crop in the domestic economy.

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