FIVIMS


FIVIMS is a network of systems that assembles, analyses and disseminates information on key questions such as:
 

  • Who are the food insecure?
  • Where are they located?
  • Why are they food insecure or vulnerable?


The main objectives of FIVIMS are:

  • To improve the quality of food insecurity and vulnerability data
  • To provide easily accessible tools for analysis of the national food security situation
  • To improve access to information through networking and sharing
  • To increase overall attention to food security issues


The focal point for the National FIVIMS in Cambodia is the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF).

FIVIMS Indicators

A. Availability of food

1. Percentage of cultivated area, ha for wet and dry season rice by province
2. Inter-annual variability of rice yield
3. Harvested area, ha for wet and dry season rice by province
4. Rice production surplus/deficit by province
5. Percentage of rice cultivated area destroyed by drought
6. Percentage of rice cultivated area destroyed by flood
7. Percentage of households affected by natural calamities

B. Accessibility of food

8. Percentage of households involved in cash crops
9. Percentage of households owning cattle or pigs
10. Percentage of households living under poverty line
11. Percentage of households having access to common property resources
12. Percentage of households having planting land less than or equal to 0.5 hectare
13. Percentage of households who are landless
14. Price variability of rice
15. Adult literacy rate of men (15-24 years old)
16. Drop out rate
17. Adult literacy rate of women (15-24 years old)
18. Percentage of households receiving income from off-farm activities
19. Dependency ratio
20. Rural wage rate of unskilled labourers
21. HIV/AIDS prevalence (15-49 years old)

C. Use and utilisation

22. Infant mortality rate
23. Low birth weight
24. Prevalence of stunting among children (< 5 years old)
25. Prevalence of underweight among children (< 5 years old)
26. Prevalence of wasting among children (< 5 years old)
27. Iron Deficiency Anaemia among pregnant women
28. Percentage of households using iodised salt
29. Percentage of households with access to safe drinking water
30. Percentage of households with access to sanitation

 

 

The following Graphs/Maps are presentations with regard to the Food Insecurity and Vulnerability Mapping
and Information System (FIVIMS) with data from Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.

 

NoFood Insecurity and Vulnerability Mapping and Information System (FIVIMS) Core Indicators - Graphs/Maps from CamInfoDocument Type
1Cultivated Area for Paddy Affected by Natural Calamities (MAFF)GraphN/A
2Households with access to safe drinking water (MAFF)N/AMap
3Infant Mortality Rate (MAFF)N/AMap
4Milled Rice Surplus or Deficit in Cambodia from 1998-2005 (MAFF)GraphN/A
5Rice Paddy: Harvested Area (MAFF)GraphMap
6Children under 5 who received vitamin A capsules 6 months prior (CDHS-2000)GraphMap
7Goitre Rate (MoH 1996-1997)GraphMap
8Night blindness among pregnant women (CDHS 2000)GraphMap
9Prevalence of stunting (moderate and severe) among children (CDHS-2000GraphMap
10Prevalence of stunting among women of reproductive age (CDHS-2000)GraphMap
11Prevalence of underweight (moderate and severe) among children (CDHS-2000)GraphMap
12Prevalence of wasting (moderate and severe) among children (CDHS-2000)GraphMap
13Proportion of children 6-59 months with iron deficiency anaemia (CDHS-2000)GraphMap
14Proportion of households using iodised salt (CDHS-2000)GraphMap
15Proportion of women of reproductive age who are underweight (CDHS-2000)GraphMap
16Proportion of women of reproductive age with iron deficiency anemia (CDHS-2000)GraphMap
17Women who received a post-partum vitamin A capsule (CDHS-2000)GraphMap
18Women who start breastfeeding newborn within 1 hour of birth (CDHS-2000)GraphMap
19Women who took iron supplement for at least two months during pregnancy (CDHS-2000)GraphMap