Klipfontein
Current Phase: 3 / Final stage of the PRA (Training) Process to begin the implementation the community self-help commercial project.

Achieved Statuses: Ongoing Broad-based Feeding Support, Nutrition Education, Health and Nutrition Awareness Campaigns, PRA Assessment, Ongoing Nutrition Surveillance and Anthropometric Surveys Assessments, Stage 2 of the PRA(Training) Process.

Impact:  3000 direct beneficiaries and 650 indirect beneficiaries

 

Food Security status in the area.

Klipfontein is an informal settlement situated near the airport formally 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.  

Food insecurity is more than just hunger!

People experiencing moderate food insecurity face uncertainties about their ability to obtain food and have been forced to reduce, at times during the year, the quality and/or quantity of food they consume due to lack of money or other resources. It thus refers to a lack of consistent access to food, which diminishes dietary quality, disrupts normal eating patterns, and can have negative consequences for nutrition, health and well-being. People facing severe food insecurity, on the other hand, have likely run out of food, experienced hunger and, at the most extreme, gone for days without eating, putting their health and well-being at grave risk.

 

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, 

Catastrophe 

0

0

Covid-19 Impact, Informal Environment, Marginal/ Imbalanced  Food Systems

 

Klipfontein

Operation Hunger continues to advocate in action an equity-focused intervention programs that not only deliver healthy diets but also reduce the inequities in the immediate conditions in which people are born, live, work and play. That also address food availability, accessibility and challenges the imbalances in local food environments for the betterment of vulnerable populations.

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