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How WFP And The Government of Egypt Provide Micronutrients To Over 60 Million Citizens

A Case Study on Fortification Programming in a Middle Income Country Fortification of Baladi bread, the backbone of the Egyptian diet, provides essential nutrients to the homes of over 60 million...

How WFP Supported The Scaling-Up-Nutrition (SUN) Roll-Out in Malawi

A Case Study on Stunting Prevention Programming at Scale The government of Malawi has operationalized Scaling-up Nutrition (SUN) for stunting prevention.  WFP technical assistance, strategic...

How WFP Contributed To Serving More Than One Million Nutrition Beneficiaries Annually In Niger

A Case Study On Scaling-Up Nutrition Programming Niger treats more malnourished children than any other country in the world.  WFP and partners work with  the Government to increase...

How WFP Provided Specialised Nutritious Food To 1.5 Million Children in Pakistan

A Case Study on In-Country Production of Lipid-Based Nutrient Supplements In-country production of specialised nutritious foods for children suffering from or at risk of malnutrition has benefited...

Senegal CP 200249: An Operation Evaluation. Terms of reference.

The terms of reference of the Senegal CP 200249 Operation Evaluation aim to inform stakeholders about the evaluation, clarify expectations and requirements and guide the evaluation team in its work...

Nepal Earthquake 2015 Key Findings and Map - Release 3

This report describes the impact of the 2015 earthquake throughout Central and Western Nepal (excluding the three districts of Kathmandu Valley) and provides an analysis to guide...

WFP South Sudan Situation Report #76, 11 May 2015

First successful test of vegetable oil airdrops. On 08 May in Ganyiel WFP’s Logistics unit, in conjunction with US-based company SkyLIFE, conducted the first test airdrops of vegetable oil....

The Cost Of Hunger In Malawi

Malawi has made remarkable progress in improving child health outcomes as evidenced by reduction in infant and under- five mortality. However, there has been slow progress in reducing malnutrition....

How The Government Of The Dominican Republic and WFP Reduced Anemia By 50 Percent In Children

A Case Study on Nutrition-Sensitive Programming in a Middle Income Country The nutrition-sensitive social protection programme of the Dominican Republic has reduced anemia prevalence by 50 percent...

WFP Yemen Situation Report #5, 07 May 2015

In response to the ongoing humanitarian crisis, WFP has provided emergency food assistance to 1,103,000 people since 15 April. WFP aims to scale up its emergency response to reach 2.5 million...