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Annual Country Reports (ACR) are a key accountability document produced by country offices on a yearly basis which inform donors how their funds were used during the reporting year.  Their purpose is to tell WFP’s performance story in an accurate, transparent and evidence-based manner by assessing the effectiveness, efficiency and economy of our operations in our pursuit towards zero hunger.

The ACRs fulfil a contractual agreement with donors and contribute to WFP’s annual corporate statistics and Annual Performance Report. The reports serve as a repository of institutional knowledge and are a key source of information for evaluations. The availability and quality of output and outcome data directly influences the evaluation conclusions on the results of WFP interventions and as such contribute to both objectives of accountability and learning.