Country Portfolio Evaluations


Country Portfolio Evaluations (CPEs) include the entirety of WFP's work in one country. The evaluations provide answers to these questions:

  • how strategically we have been placed and aligned within the country context?
  • what drives our strategy in a country?; and
  • what results have we achieved?

CPEs normally cover a five-year period, but are tailored to the situation in the country. The lessons from CPEs help Country Offices prepare their country strategies and their new operations.

2010-2011 Concept Note for Country Portfolio Evaluations

EQAS Guidance Materials for Country Portfolio Evaluations

In 2010-2011, the Office of Evaluation will be evaluating WFP's portfolios in Chad, Haiti, Kenya, Lesotho, Mali, Nepal, Rwanda, Yemen, Zimbabwe

Country Portfolio Evaluations
2013

Niger: An Evaluation of WFP’s Portfolio (2007-2011)

Country Portfolio Evaluations
2011

Yemen: An evaluation of WFP's portfolio (2006-2010)

Country Portfolio Evaluations
2012

Somalia: An Evaluation of WFP’s Portfolio (2006-2010)

Country Portfolio Evaluations
2011

Haiti: An Evaluation of WFP’s Portfolio (2005-2010)

Country Portfolio Evaluations
2011

Mali: A Country Portfolio Evaluation (2003-2009)

Country Portfolio Evaluations
2011

Kenya: An Evaluation of WFP’s Portfolio (2006-2010)

Country Portfolio Evaluations
2011

Rwanda: An Evaluation of WFP’s Portfolio (2006-2010)

Country Portfolio Evaluations
2010

Nepal: An Evaluation of WFP’s Portfolio