The GRFC is the reference document for a comprehensive analysis of global, regional and country-level acute food insecurity. The result of a collaborative effort among 16 partners, the report aims to inform humanitarian and development action by providing independent and consensus-based evidence and analysis.

The Global Report on Food Crises 2024 provides analysis and evidence on acute food insecurity and malnutrition in countries/territories identified as being in food crisis in 2023. It is a document of reference that consolidates data from various sources using rigorous methodologies and a transparent and consultative multi-agency process.

The purpose of the GRFC is to:

  • provide consensus-based analysis of countries/ territories with food crises for humanitarian and development stakeholders and policymakers;
  • present underlying and immediate drivers of acute food insecurity and malnutrition and analyse the evolution of food crises for countries/territories included in past editions;
  • contribute to maintaining food security and nutrition as priority sectors for policymakers and donors;
  • advocate for timely responses to food crises,
  • offer insights into immediate and medium-term risks to food security and nutrition status of populations

The production of the GRFC is coordinated by the Food Security Information Network (FSIN) in support of the Global Network Against Food Crises (GNAFC).

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