Data in Emergencies Monitoring Products
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations’ (FAO) Data in Emergencies Monitoring (DIEM-Monitoring) system collects data multiple times a year in more than 25 countries. These countries, some of the most food-insecure contexts, are prone to multiple shocks. The data collected through DIEM-Monitoring inform decision-making in support of agricultural livelihoods.
DIEM-Monitoring surveys reach approximately 150,000 households per year, triggering mitigating and response actions. Data are collected through computer-assisted telephone interviews and face-to-face interviews.
The DIEM Hub hosts all of the data, which are available to download three to four weeks after data collection at both national and subnational levels. These interactive dashboards enable interactive visualization of the DIEM-Monitoring indicators organized into five thematic areas: income and shocks, crops, livestock, food security and needs.
Following each round of data collection, DIEM produces a brief analysis of the findings. These briefs are published, depending on the prominent language of the country, in English, French and Spanish. Please find our four most recent briefs below and be sure to check out the DIEM Hub where you can find all briefs and reports published since DIEM’s inception in June 2020.