FSN Indicators, Graphs, and Maps



FSN Indicators, Graphs, and Maps

Cambodia FSN Statistics
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Relevant data and statistics on food security and nutrition in Cambodia are currently dependent on large national surveys conducted on a three to five-year basis. Regularly updated information is therefore not currently available, although a number of Line Ministries and stakeholders may collect data specific to their target areas. Examples include the monthly rice price data from selected provinces and the annual crop cutting survey, both conducted by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF).

The key sources for food security and nutrition-related data in Cambodia are the Cambodia Demographic and Health Survey (2000), the Cambodia National Micronutrient Survey (Helen Keller International, 2000), the Cambodia Socio-Economic Survey (1999) and the Cambodia Socio-Economic Survey (2003-2004: available as of 2005). Most of these surveys can be obtained from the National Institute of Statistics (NIS): www.nis.gov.kh.

Data from these surveys can also be found in CamInfo, a national indicator database recently developed by the NIS, which incorporates indicators from global, regional and national goals as well as monitoring frameworks.

During 2003, key relevant indicators were identified and included (for nutrition) in the Cambodia Nutrition Investment Plan (CNIP) 2003-2007, and (for food insecurity and vulnerability) in the Food Insecurity and Vulnerability Information and Mapping System (FIVIMS). These, again, can also be found in CamInfo.

 

FSN Related Maps
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Poverty & Vulnerability Analysis Maps

The World Food Programme, in collaboration with a number of government ministries and other partners, has carried out detailed analysis of indicators of factors contributing to poverty and making communities vulnerable in Cambodia, and has presented these factors in a series of maps for the whole of Cambodia, down to local level.

 

Landmine and Unexploded Ordnance Maps
Landmines and unexploded ordnance are a major problem in Cambodia contributing to food insecurity and malnutrition. They deny Cambodians access to agricultural land and other natural resources, hinder movement and communication, and cause injury and death which affect the ability of families to support themselves and maintain a livelihood.

Maps of mined areas and maps of unexploded ordnance (UXO) locations have been produced by the Cambodian Mine Action Authority. These are available on the Community Information Web Portal, at the following addresses:

Landmine maps:
www.cambodiacic.org/map/ATLAS/default.htm

Unexploded ordnance maps:
www.cambodiacic.org/map/USAF%20Bombing/default.htm  

Mekong River Maps

The Mekong River Commission has produced a number of maps of the Mekong River, including on Elevation, Forest and Land Cover, River System, Major Flood Depth and Major Flood Duration.

Click here to access these maps.


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FSN Indicators, Graphs, and Maps


FSN Indicators, Graphs, and Maps

Cambodia FSN Statistics
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Relevant data and statistics on food security and nutrition in Cambodia are currently dependent on large national surveys conducted on a three to five-year basis. Regularly updated information is therefore not currently available, although a number of Line Ministries and stakeholders may collect data specific to their target areas. Examples include the monthly rice price data from selected provinces and the annual crop cutting survey, both conducted by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF).

The key sources for food security and nutrition-related data in Cambodia are the Cambodia Demographic and Health Survey (2000), the Cambodia National Micronutrient Survey (Helen Keller International, 2000), the Cambodia Socio-Economic Survey (1999) and the Cambodia Socio-Economic Survey (2003-2004: available as of 2005). Most of these surveys can be obtained from the National Institute of Statistics (NIS): www.nis.gov.kh.

Data from these surveys can also be found in CamInfo, a national indicator database recently developed by the NIS, which incorporates indicators from global, regional and national goals as well as monitoring frameworks.

During 2003, key relevant indicators were identified and included (for nutrition) in the Cambodia Nutrition Investment Plan (CNIP) 2003-2007, and (for food insecurity and vulnerability) in the Food Insecurity and Vulnerability Information and Mapping System (FIVIMS). These, again, can also be found in CamInfo.

 

FSN Related Maps
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Poverty & Vulnerability Analysis Maps

The World Food Programme, in collaboration with a number of government ministries and other partners, has carried out detailed analysis of indicators of factors contributing to poverty and making communities vulnerable in Cambodia, and has presented these factors in a series of maps for the whole of Cambodia, down to local level.

Go to Poverty & Vulnerability Analysis Maps

 

Landmine and Unexploded Ordnance Maps
Landmines and unexploded ordnance are a major problem in Cambodia contributing to food insecurity and malnutrition. They deny Cambodians access to agricultural land and other natural resources, hinder movement and communication, and cause injury and death which affect the ability of families to support themselves and maintain a livelihood.

Maps of mined areas and maps of unexploded ordnance (UXO) locations have been produced by the Cambodian Mine Action Authority. These are available on the Community Information Web Portal, at the following addresses:

Landmine maps:
www.cambodiacic.org/map/ATLAS/default.htm

Unexploded ordnance maps:
www.cambodiacic.org/map/USAF%20Bombing/default.htm  

Mekong River Maps

The Mekong River Commission has produced a number of maps of the Mekong River, including on Elevation, Forest and Land Cover, River System, Major Flood Depth and Major Flood Duration.

Click here to access these maps.


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