Current Phase: 3 / Progressing to a self-sustainable commercial project.
Achieved Statuses: Ongoing Broad-based Feeding, Nutrition Education, Health and Nutrition Awareness Campaigns, Ongoing Nutrition Surveillance and Anthropometric Surveys Assessments, Biodiverse Productive Garden.
Food Security status in the area.
Lower Crossroads is a high-density township demarcated under Phillipi. The current overall food security classification phase for the city of Philippi is classified under Acute Food Insecurity, as the highest severity of food gaps is affecting at least 20% of the population prevalent to malnutrition.
The Acute Food Insecurity analysis demonstrates that 22 920 of the population is in an emergency, 68 759 of the population is a crisis, this means that at least 20% of the analysed population of Phillipi are in need of urgent action to reduce food gaps and protect livelihoods, whereas 137 517 is classified under stress meaning that it will likely need aid to protect its livelihood.
Addressing the resulting burden of malnutrition and poor dietary-nutrition outcomes is about improving the distribution of opportunities to live a healthy and fulfilling life. That is why we use a systematic approach that carefully considers underlying determinants/patterns that mask inequalities in nutrition indicators within communities by sociodemographic characteristics. Elucidating inequalities in nutrition indicators is pivotal to our process in building healthy, sustainable, resilient, and equitable nutrition communities, enabling us make informed priority-setting, guiding equitable distribution of resources and targeting intervention-programs according to need.
|IPC ACUTE FOOD INSECURITY ANALYSIS||CURRENT- POPULATION||PROJECTED- POPULATION||KEY DRIVERS|
|None||229 196||233 232||Lived Poverty, Unemployment,|
|Stressed||137 517||93 293||Instability of Food Access,|
|Crisis||68 759||116 616||Food Affordability,|
|Emergency||22 920||23 323||Loss of Income,|