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  • The Impact of COVID-19 on Household Food Security, Livelihoods and Vulnerability in Nepal-32021-03-26

    WFP in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development conducted the third round of the mVAM Household Survey in December 2020. The overall food insecurity across the country has improved compared to April and August 2020, however it remains slightly worse than 4 years ago. The survey result show that 16.8 percent of households had inadequate food consumption and 2.5 percent of households had poor dietary diversity in December 2020. Overall, 7.4 percent of households adopted negative livelihood coping strategy to address food shortages and about 2.7 percent of households reported that the food they had in stock was insufficient to meet their needs. About 42.7 percent of the children between 6-23 months of age did not meet the minimum recommended dietary diversity.

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