Key Findings in August
Across 2580 respondents in 40 palikas 48 percent say their family’s daily food needs are completely met, and an additional 41 percent say they are somewhat met. This leaves only 12 percent who feel their family’s daily food needs are not being met. Among all of those respondents whose food needs were not completely met, requirements to meet family food needs were cited as: new skills, paid work, land to farm and improved seeds.
All respondents were asked how they meet their family’s daily food needs. While growing and buying food top the list, six percent of respondents report needing to borrow money to meet their family’s daily food needs. In the context of an expensive reconstruction process, that the majority of households need to borrow money to complete, families that are required to borrow additional funds just to eat should be a
What are people saying?
If no, what are the things your family requires to meet daily food needs?
Land to farm
Access to water
How are you meeting your daily food needs?
Growing own food
Cash for work