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Nepal: An Evaluation of WFP’s Portfolio

From 2002 to 2009, WFP has assisted Nepal  with a portfolio comprising 15 operations worth US$282 million with the aims to save lives, invest in disaster preparedness, protect and rebuild...

Sudan EMOP 10760.0: Food assistance to populations affected by conflict

The Evaluation of the Emergency Operation in Sudan examines its relevance and result. It focuses on Darfur. The evaluation was conducted by three independent evaluators with fieldwork taking place in...

WFP's operational relationship with NGOs - Annual Report 2010

The World Food Programme and its non-governmental organization (NGO) partners in 2009 stood together to meet challenges that ranged from devastating floods in the Philippines to destabilizing...

LEARNING FROM EXPERIENCE: Good Practices From 45 Years of School Feeding

The World Food Programme has worked with governments and NGOs on school feeding programmes for 45 years.  As the leading organization in this field, WFP is committed to learning from and sharing...

WFP's operational relationship with NGOs - Annual Report 2009

During 2008, WFP and its NGO partners played a critical role in assisting the world as it was challenged by numerous crises - from food to fuel to financial. By working together, we were able to...

WFP's operational relationship with NGOs - Annual Report 2007

The World Food Programme’s partnerships with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are built on a foundation of mutual respect for each other’s work and the challenges we face each day in...

WFP's operational relationship with NGOs - Annual Report 2006

Over the past eight years WFP saw a steady growth in the number of its NGO partners, in particular local partners. In 2006, WFP had nearly tripled the number of NGO partners it had in 1998, including...

WFP's operational relationship with NGOs - Annual Report 2005

The importance of partnerships – especially with Non-Governmental Organizations – cannot be overstated because it would be impossible for the World Food Programme to operate without its NGO partners...