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fechar este livroRefugee Nutrition Information System (RNIS), No. 14 - Report on the Nutrition Situation of Refugees and Displaced Populations (UNSSCN, 1996, 45 p.)
fechar esta pastaList of Tables, Figures and Annexes
Ver o documentoTable 1 - Information Available on Total Refugee/Displaced Populations (as of February 1996)
Ver o documentoTable 2 - Summary of Origin and Location of Major Populations of Refugees, Returnees and Displaced People in Africa February 1996 - RNIS #14 (population estimates in thousands)
Ver o documentoFigure 1 - Refugee and Displaced Populations
Ver o documentoFigure 2 - Trends in Total Refugee/Displaced Populations and Risk Categories
Ver o documentoFigure 3 - Trends in Population Estimates and Risk Categories in Six Countries
Ver o documentoAnnex 1 - Results of Surveys Quoted in February RNIS Report (#14) - usually children 6-59 months
Ver o documentoAnnex 2 - Seasonality in Sub-Saharan Africa*

Annex 2 - Seasonality in Sub-Saharan Africa*

Country

Climate/Rainy Season/Harvest



Angola

Coastal area desert, SW semi-arid, rest of country: rains Sept-April

Burundi

Three crop seasons: Sept-Jan, Feb-Jun, and Jul-Aug

CAR

Rains March-Nov

Djibouti

Arid Climate

Ethiopia

Two rainy seasons February to May and June to October

Kenya

N-E is semi-arid to arid, Central and SW rains: March-May and Nov-Dec

Liberia

Rains March-Nov

Mozambique

Coast is semi-arid, rest wet-dry Harvest May

Rwanda

Rains Feb-May with Aug harvest and Sept-Nov with Jan harvest

Sierra Leone

Rains March-Oct.

Somalia

Two seasons: April to August (harvest) and October to January/February (harvest)

Sudan

Rains April-Oct

Northern

Rains begin May/June

Southern

Rains begin March/April

Togo

Two rainy seasons in S, one in N. Harvest August

Uganda

Rains Mar-Oct

Zaire

Tropical climate. Harvest in N: November; in S January

*SOURCES: FAO, “Food Supply Situation and Crop Prospects in Sub-Saharan Africa”, Special Report; No 4/5, Dec. 90 plus various FAO/WFP Crop and Food Supply Assessment Missions.