WFP Publication, Emergency Assessments
16 September 2014


  • Heavy rainfall in South Sudan and insecurity along the transport routes, has resulted in a decrease in the arrival rates, especially into Uganda and Kenya.
  • Relocation from Leitchuor and Nip-Nip camps in Ethiopia is underway as the Government continues to identify land for resettlement of new arrivals.
  • WFP requires US$111 million for the next six months to meet the needs of new arrivals from South Sudan and existing refugees in all four countries.
  • Since mid-December, more than 450,000 South Sudanese have arrived in Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia and Sudan.
WFP Publication
16 September 2014


  • WFP urgently requires US$90 million for the next six months (July-December) to meet the needs of all its programmes in Kenya based on current assessed needs.
  • Funding is also required to ensure timely re-sponse in case of increasing emergency needs and to expand resilience-building activities.
  • Food and nutrition security in the arid and semi-arid lands is precarious after two poor rainfall seasons. Recent nutrition surveys indi-cate a deteriorating situation in Baringo, Man-dera, Marsabit, Samburu, Turkana and Wajir.
  • WFP’s new Country programme for July 2014-June 2018 emphasizes capacity building of national institutions and county governments to reduce risks and enable them (together with vulnerable communities) to meet their own food and nutrition needs.
Non-WFP Publication, Evaluation, Research
12 May 2014

The United States Department of Agriculture assessed the feasibility of implementing a locally produced school feeding (LPSF) program to increase small-scale farmers’ agricultural productivity and marketing capacity, and thus improve incomes, in four Sub-Saharan African countries. Research was conducted in Mali, Ghana, Kenya, and Rwanda. This paper details the results.

WFP Publication, Evaluation
12 May 2014

This evaluation covers a ten-year period of WFP-assisted school feeding in Kenya. In the global context of WFP, Kenya is one of the largest and most long-standing programmes of school feeding.The three school feeding activities under review here are the Country Programme 1999-2003 (CP 10009), Country Programme 2004-2008 (CP 10264), and the school feeding components of Emergency Operation (EMOP) activities during 2004-07. The WFP-assisted school meals target all schools in the arid lands, the most vulnerable schools in semi-arid lands, and the informal urban slums in Nairobi and Mombassa.