ACAPS Weekly Report 3/15/23

Weekly Picks 15/03/2023


 Burkina Faso

Djibo town (Sahel) has been surrounded by non-state armed groups for a year, preventing people and goods from entering or leaving.

In January 2023, basic food prices reached record highs compared to the five-year average because of the lack of market supply and food shortages, with a 642% increase for millet, 596% for sorghum, and 597% for maize...

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Since 28 February 2023, clashes between armed gangs over territorial control have increased across the country. 

In the city of Port-au-Prince, more than 3,600 people have been displaced since the end of February. Among those displaced, around 1,500 are living in overcrowded IDP camps near combat zones, facing a lack of food, water...


Cyclone Freddy made landfall in Malawi’s Southern Region on 12 March, near the city of Nsanje, bringing torrential rainfall and strong winds that caused landslides and flooding.

As at 14 March, over 59,000 people have been affected across the country, and an estimated 19,000 displaced. Nearly 200 fatalities were reported...

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