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Assessments
October 2021

Erratic rainfall distribution and poor quantity have prevailed so far since mid-August with a negative impact on yield of the second minor maize and rice season. Notably over the northern regions of Haiti, including in areas of Artibonite that is the main rice producing region.

In the last 30 days, south and central parts of the country experienced dry conditions with rainfall peaks of 40% below average in many areas, particularly in the grand Sud (-40%), Sud (-37%) and Sud-Est (-40%). Southern Haiti was hit by an earthquake, followed by Tropical Storm Grace in mid-August that triggered crop damages and left nearly 980, 000 people in food insecurity (IPC Phase 3 or above) in four departments (IPC).

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Country Summary
Statistics
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Agricultural cover

Number of administrative units classified as Warning (%)

Warnings and indicator graphs
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Cover
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Cover
WI_graph1
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WI_graph2
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Cover
Indicator
WI_graph3
Indicator temporal profile (ASAP units level 1)
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Cover
Indicator
Area
ASAP1 Units
Indicator maps
Main indicators at dekad
Last 6 dekads for indicator
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Indicator
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Indicator
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Indicator
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Indicator
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Indicator
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Indicator
Ancillary Information
Overview maps
Phenology
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Season progress
Dekad
Agricultural area
Cover
Warning frequency map
Cover
ASAP units
Crop calendar and Production
Selection of FAO crop calendars matching with ASAP phenology
CCP_graph1
Agriculture statistics: ten crop with largest area
CCP_graph2
Agriculture statistics: ten crop with largest production
CCP_graph3
Share of national cereal production by subnational units
CCP_graph4