The Ghana Statistical Service (GSS), in collaboration with the Ministry of Meals and Agriculture (MoFA), is conducting a nationwide family survey on Complete Meals Safety and Vulnerability Evaluation (CFSVA).
The survey is being performed underneath the auspices of the Meals and Agriculture Organiszation (FAO) and the World Meals Programme (WFP).
An announcement signed by the Undertaking Coordinator, Peter Takyi Peprah stated, “801 of the skilled personnel had been deployed to the sphere for knowledge assortment. The gathering course of is predicted to run from November to the primary week in December 2020. Every district has a crew of knowledge collectors made up of three members. Subject knowledge assortment is being accomplished with Pc Assisted Private Interview (CAPI). This can facilitate knowledge validation, knowledge modifying, and knowledge evaluation.”
“The outcomes of the survey will likely be shared with stakeholders and most people by the tip of March 2021. It’s heart-warming to tell stakeholders and most people that, the 2020 CFSVA is a nationwide survey accumulating knowledge in all of the 260 Metropolitan, Municipals, and Districts within the nation and subsequently, district-level knowledge evaluation is assured to assist the measuring of district-level indicators and allow district scores by way of meals insecurity.”
It additional indicated that “the info that will likely be generated will present the idea for reviving the quarterly Meals and Vitamin Monitoring System, which gives quarterly meals safety conditions by analyzing the important thing underlying components of meals safety or insecurity that will likely be recognized by means of the CFSVA”.
GSS and MoFA thus known as on most people to “cooperate with discipline officers and supply the best solutions which might be dependable for planning and strategic interventions”.
Complete Meals Safety and Vulnerability Evaluation
Meals safety is a fancy phenomenon ensuing from a number of causes, together with meals availability, meals accessibility, meals utilization, and meals stability.
The Ministry of Meals and Agriculture estimates that about 5 % of Ghana’s inhabitants (1.2 million individuals) are meals insecure nation-wide, which suggests any surprising pure or man-made shock will enormously have an effect on the sample of their meals consumption. (Ghana SDG Baseline Report, June 2018).
The primary CFSVA survey was performed in Ghana in 2009.
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