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October 2021

Harvest of the Kremti season is almost finished and crop prospects are favourable. Despite below-average rains from late July to mid-August, average to above-average rainfall amounts during the rest of the season, including last month, benefited crop development. According to remote sensing analysis (i.e., NDVI), vegetation conditions appear above-average and near to the positive last year in the key cropping areas in western and central Eritrea (i.e., Anseba, Debub, Maekel, and Gash Barka).

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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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Cover
WI_graph2
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Cover
Indicator
WI_graph3
Indicator temporal profile (ASAP units level 1)
Date
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
Layer
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