Conducted between September 2019 and April 2020, the evaluation assessed WFP’s strategic positioning and role and the extent to which WFP has made the strategic shift expected by the CSP; WFP’s contributions to outcomes; efficiency; and the factors that explain WFP performance.
The evaluation concluded that:
- Achieving the major institutional restructuring set out by the Integrated Road Map and the associated shift from delivering to enabling requires a period of time going beyond the CSP cycle evaluated. The country office is at a transitional stage when many of its operational structures, procedures, staffing and skills still reflect the earlier reality.
- The evaluation identified benefits from increased collaboration between WFP and the government as well as other United Nations organizations to strengthen CSP implementation.