Original disclosure @ AFDB website
Updated in EWS Jan 31, 2021
Disclosed by Bank Jan 30, 2021
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According to AfDB website, this humanitarian assistance operation is part of the humanitarian relief effort. It has been designed because the Great South of Madagascar is facing a deterioration in the nutritional situation and household food security, after several consecutive years of poor harvests linked to a recurring drought since 2014. It is a Bank-financed operation for the purchase and distribution of food to combat acute food insecurity and of specialised nutritional products for the prevention of acute malnutrition. The planned interventions complement the efforts made by the Malagasy government and its partners to assist the population. The aid comprises three main components, namely: (A) food assistance for the most vulnerable groups; (B) prevention of acute malnutrition; and (C) management and supervision of the operation.
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