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.

Country Portfolio Evaluations Brief

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
2011

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

Country Portfolio Evaluations
2010

Nepal: An Evaluation of WFP’s Portfolio

Country Portfolio Evaluations
2004

Evaluation of WFP's Portfolio of Activities in Rwanda