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Nepal - Market Watch, 2013

The Market Watch is a monthly publication produced jointly by: WFP - World Food Programme MoAC - Department of Agriculture, Agribusiness Promotion and Marketing Development Directorate (ABPMDD)...

Yemen - Monthly Market Watch, 2013

Yemen - Monthly Market Watch, 2013

Afghanistan - Market Price Bulletins, 2013

This monthly bulletin is published based on market data from different sources and aims to alert on latest developments.  Based on consumption patterns in Afghanistan, it includes data of wheat...

Cambodia - Food Security and Nutrition Quarterly Bulletin, 2013

The Cambodia Food Security and Nutrition Quarterly Bulletin aims to provide decision makers with a regular overview of trends and emerging threats relating to food and nutrition security in Cambodia...

P4P Gender Strategy

The Agriculture Learning and Impacts Network (ALINe), based within the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), undertook an extensive literature review to establish best practices and also carried...

Myanmar Operational Brief - November 2013

Myanmar Operational Brief for the month of November

Uganda: an evaluation of WFP's Portfolio (2009-2013). Terms of Reference.

The terms of reference of the Country Portfolio Evaluation of Uganda (2009 - 2013) aim to inform stakeholders about the evaluation, clarify expectations and requirements and guide the...

WFP's operational relationship with NGOs and National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies - Annual Report 2011

2010 was a challenging year for the World Food Programme, with 263 million people affected by natural disasters – 110 million more than in 2004, the year of one of the most destructive tsunamis...

Building resilience through asset creation

Building resilience is about concerted efforts to enhance the capacities, assets and systems of the most vulnerable households, communities and countries to prepare for, withstand and bounce back...

WFP Innovating With India

Improving Food Security and Nutrition for the Most Vulnerable in India