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WFP’s HIV and AIDS Interventions in Sub-Saharan Africa: a Thematic Evaluation

Apart from the grave public health concerns, the impact of HIV and AIDS upon productive members of society, and increasingly women and children, has major and long-term effects on human, social and...

Improving the Nutritional Quality of WFP's Food Basket

Part of WFP's 'Ten minutes to learn about...' series on nutrition

Sierra Leone - VAM report 2007

 Even though it is fully recognized that statistics is a fundamental tool for proper planning, coordination, monitoring, evaluation and reporting, it has not been accorded the due attention and...

Zimbabwe - Weekly Maize Price Bulletin, 2008

This bulletin calculates the prices of Maize grain available on the open market in all monitored sites throughout the review period except in Murehwa where it was unavailable during week ending 18...

Afghanistan - Wheat Price Increase and Urban Programming, January 2008

WFP Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping, together with the Afghanistan Ministry of Agriculture, analyzed NRVA (National Risk and Vulnerability Assessment) data from 2005 and spring 2007, and...

Mozambique - Relatorio da Avaliacao Inicial Multissectorial sobre Seguranca Alimentar e Nutricional, January 2008

During the period from October 2007 to March 2008, Mozambique was exposed to numerous natural disasters, drought in the south, floods in central, cyclone off the coast of Nampula and drought in some...

The Coping Strategies Index: Field Methods Manual 2nd Edition, January 2008

Measuring food insecurity is a costly and complicated exercise. In highly food insecure countries operational agencies need regular measurements for monitoring changes and for assessing the impact of...

Ethiopia - FAO/WFP Crop and Food Security Assessment Mission: Phase 1, January 2008

A Crop and Food Security Assessment Mission visited Ethiopia from 19 November to 12 December 2007 to estimate the 2007 main meher season cereal and pulse production; review the final post-harvest...