Ethiopia

June 2024
Main season rainfall has been abundant in most of the country, though if follows a late onset in parts of the highland areas and in particular in the Amhara region. Slightly below average crop conditions due to the late onset of rains and to high temperatures in the last 2 months, are visible in particular in the Gonder zones and extending into Tigray. The first two dekads of June saw above average rainfall in the area north of lake Tana, which could benefit crops in this region. In the central, eastern and southern parts of the country vegetation conditions are above average following abundant rainfall since the beginning of the year. This has a positive impact in particular on pastoral vegetation and water availability for livestock in these areas. Seasonal forecasts for July and August continue to show a high likelihood of wetter than normal rainfall. According to a recent FEWSNET report, acute food insecurity remains severe in northern and southern parts of the country.
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Last 6 dekads for indicator
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Selection of FAO crop calendars matching with ASAP phenology
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Agriculture statistics: ten crops with largest area
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Agriculture statistics: ten crops with largest production
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Share of national cereal production by subnational units
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