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WFP Food for Work in the Kyrgyz Republic

Food for Work (FFW) is a cornerstone of WFP programming that gives vulnerable rural households a unique opportunity to build infrastructure to improve their lives and communities. The concept is easy...

Rethinking School Feeding - Social Safety Nets, Child Development and the Education Sector (Executive Summary)

This joint publication of the World Food Programme and the World Bank Group provides a new analysis of school feeding programmes. It benefits from combining the World Food Programme...


 The Glossary provides definitions of evaluation terms and their translations in three languages: English, French and Spanish. It is available online, where updates are made when necessary....

Zimbabwe - Overview of Technical Analysis for the Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund, April 2016

UNDP with support from a number of bilateral donors have embarked on laying the ground-work for the establishment of the Zimbabwe Resilience-Building Fund. This is an initiative between Government of...

The Market Monitor

This bulletin provides information on price changes for the most commonly consumed staples and their potential impacts on the cost of the basic food basket.

Haiti - Evaluation de Sécurité Alimentaire en Situation d'Urgence (ESASU), April 2016

En décembre 2015, alors qu’Haïti traverse une troisième année de sécheresse exacerbée par le phénomène météorologique El Nino, la Coordination Nationale à la Sécurité Alimentaire et le...

WFP Cookstoves Survey: A Review of WFP's Cookstove and SAFE Initiatives

An overview of cooking energy needs and challenges plus SAFE (Safe Access to Fuel and Energy) and  cookstoves interventions in WFP country offices worldwide. 

Nepal: Moving Mountains

Annual report looking back at WFP's response to the 2015 earthquake.

WFP Myanmar: School Feeding

In rural areas of Myanmar, less than half of all children complete primary school. High dropout rates in primary school remain a serious concern, especially in remote areas. In 1996, WFP launched...