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FAO/CEWARN/Interpeace Joint Report on Conflict, Climate Change, Food Security, and Mobility in the Karamoja cluster

Karamoja Cluster has one of the highest levels of food and nutrition insecurity in the world. Its acutely food- insecure population represents 20 percent of the 135 million global total highlighted in the Global Report on Food Crises 2021–2022. This is because of the multiple threats to food security that are accelerated by violent conflicts, severe drought since 2019, followed by widespread floods that affected more than three million people at the tail end of the year 2019, and the worst wave of invasion of desert locusts in 25 years. Persistent conflict and insecurity in the region force millions of people to abandon their homes and livelihoods and migrate within their countries and across borders in search of better opportunities. 

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