While the Desert Locust circumstance keeps on improving in Southwest Asia, it is deteriorating in parts of the Central Region because of swarm breeding in Eritrea, Ethiopia, Sudan, Yemen, and Saudi Arabia. In Eritrea, swarm breeding is underway, causing hopper groups and bands to form in the western circumscribing Sudan and on the Red Sea coastal plains among Assab and Karora. The circumstance is intense in Ethiopia where an expanding number of immature swarms are framing from reproducing in the upper east district of Afar where late instar hopper bands are available and fledging. In Yemen, hopper bands and swarms keep on framing in the inside among Marib and Wadi Hadhramaut. On the Red Sea coast, hopper bands are shaping in the north and stretches out northwards to waterfront zones close to Jizan, Saudi Arabia. A couple developing swarms have been found in the neighboring Asir Mountains south of Al Baha and mature breeding groups are available further north along the coast close Lith. Control activities are in progress.