Comprehensive Food Security and Vulnerability Analysis - 2022 Report
This report provides a comprehensive analysis of who the food insecure and vulnerable people are in the country, where they live, how many they are, why they are food insecure/vulnerable, what can be done to improve their lives and livelihoods, the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, how the situation is likely to evolve, and the risks associated for food and nutrition security in Rwanda
Multidimensional Child Poverty in Rwanda (MODA) Report
The present Multidimensional Overlapping Deprivation Analysis (MODA) report is a follow-up to the 2018 study to measure Rwanda’s multidimensional poverty situation among children under 5 years of age using the Demographic and Health Survey 2019/2020. The study also includes a trend analysis in child poverty based on evidence from DHS 2014/15 and DHS 2019/20.
Food security improves in Rwanda, despite challenges
Most parts of Rwanda are witnessing improved food security, according to the third Comprehensive Food Security and Vulnerability Analysis and Nutrion Survey (CFSVA) that highlights challenges related to population growth, widespread poverty and high levels of chronic malnutrion.