mVAM is WFP’s mobile Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping project that uses mobile technology to remotely monitor household food security and nutrition, and food market-related trends in real-time, providing high-frequency, gender-disaggregated and operationally relevant data that supports humanitarian decision-making. The project also includes an automated two-way communication system to give people access to real-time information for free.
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Remote food security monitoring (mVAM)

Collecting primary data on food security in can be challenging, time consuming and costly ‒ particularly in areas with limited humanitarian access. Remote data collection is a flexible and efficient way to collect food security information and it allows for frequent food security monitoring in unstable areas without putting [...]
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