IPC practitioners train ahead of new food security situation report

Jan 17, 11:00 AM

Sixty people drawn from Unity, Lakes and Juba will over the next two days spend time skills to improve preparation and response to food security situations, ahead of the release of the latest food assessment report due next month.

The three day training which kicked off Tuesday is organized by the National Bureau of Statistics in collaboration with the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation, the World Food Programme and UN Children’s agency – UNICEF.

To find out more about the significance of this training, Radio Miraya reporter Sworo Charles Elisha, spoke with, Pierre Vauthier, interim Country Representative of the Food and Agriculture Organisation.