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Malawi - Bulletin #1: Concerns for Food Security in the South, December 2015

Households in Southern Malawi have more negative perceptions of food security than in other parts of the country. Countrywide, respondents describe relying on purchases of maize at high prices...

Factsheet: WFP Strategy in Namibia (2012 - 2016)

The WFP strategy for Namibia supports some of the priorities articulated in the fourth National Development Plan (NDP4) and WFP’s Strategic Plan (2014–2017), particularly its Strategic...

Leveraging Strategic Partnerships for Zero Hunger in Namibia

Middle income countries (MICs) today are home to more than half of the world’s 805 million hungry despite their increased economic resources and government capacity to provide social...

Nicaragua CP 200434 (2013-2018): A mid-term Operation Evaluation. Terms of Reference

The terms of reference of the Nicaragua CP 200434 (2013-2018): A mid-term Operation Evaluation aim to inform stakeholders about the evaluation, clarify expectations and requirements and guide the...

Enhancing School Feeding Monitoring in Namibia

The Namibian School Feeding Programme (NSFP) is one of the national food-based safety nets implemented by the government to promote equitable participation in education for all children in Namibia....

The Transition of the School Feeding Programme in Namibia

The Namibian School Feeding Programme, introduced by the UN World Food Programme (WFP) in the early 1990s, is now managed and implemented by the Government of Namibia. The programme transformation...

Strengthening Food and Nutrition Security Analysis in Namibia

Eliminating hunger requires enhanced national capacity to predict, detect and track risks and their potential impact on rural communities. In Namibia, WFP supports government efforts to establish a...

Monitoring Evolving Food Security Situations in Namibia

A number of factors such as the high incidence of poverty and income inequality, high food prices and extreme weather conditions (drought and floods) contribute to food insecurity in Namibia. These...

Strengthening Namibia's School Feeding Programme

School feeding programmes are used in many countries to promote health and education. They also serve as an incentive for parents to send and keep children in school while simultaneously improving...

WFP Regional Impact of the C.A.R. Crisis Situation Report #19, 09 December 2015

Highlights Preliminary results of the latest 2015 Emergency Food Security Assessment (EFSA) in C.A.R. show that an estimated 2.5 million people (half of the population) are moderately or severely...