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July 2022
The main cereal season has ended in the country and production prospects are very poor in the southwestern part of the country, particularly in the provinces of Namibe, Cunene and Huila that were affected by limited rainfall amounts and high temperatures that negatively impacted crop and pastoral production. The three aforementioned southern provinces are suffering from consecutive years of severe drought, and agricultural yields and pastoral activities have been severely compromised. The poor harvests, depletion of food reserves and limited income-generating opportunities in several of the provinces of the southwest have resulted in Crisis (IPC Phase 3) conditions (FEWSNET-June 2022). On the contrary, the central main cereal producing regions have received well distributed and average to above-average rainfall throughout the 2021/2022 agricultural season that benefited crop development. At the national level, crop production is expected to be near the five-year average and above last year’s thanks to higher area planted and increased yields (FEWSNET-June 2022).
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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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WI_graph1
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WI_graph2
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Indicator temporal profile (ASAP units level 1)
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Cover
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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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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
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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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