Haiti

Assessments
November 2022
In November, while the second season crops (maize and rice) harvest ended and third season sowing started and sorghum was in advanced growth ready to start harvest in December. RAINFALL accumulation during the 30-day period in entire country was below normal in most of the country. ASAP level 1 warning for water deficit is raised for seven areas of the country. SPI1 shows monthly rainfall in 24% of the country’s cropland was below normal and normal in 76%. SPI3 shows that from September to November rainfall accumulation has been normal in 53% of croplands and below normal in 47%. WSI indicates at national level most croplands (74%) had sufficient or normal water for crop requirements, and 26% received insufficient water for crops. CONDITIONS for crops in this period were unfavorable in most of the country and could have delayed crop planting. Given the unfavorable weather conditions for agriculture in prior periods and the economic and security and political instability the country continues to face high constraints to agriculture production and food security.
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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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Indicator temporal profile (ASAP units level 1)
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Indicator maps
Main indicators at dekad
Last 6 dekads for indicator
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Ancillary Information
Overview maps
Phenology
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Season progress
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Agricultural area
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Warning frequency map
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Crop calendar and Production
Selection of FAO crop calendars matching with ASAP phenology
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Agriculture statistics: ten crop with largest area
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Agriculture statistics: ten crop with largest production
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Share of national cereal production by subnational units
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