It covers the Joint Resilience programme in the Gedo, Lower Juba and Banadir regions in Southern Somalia.
Under Phase III of the UN Joint Action for Building Resilience in Somalia, FAO has joined WFP and UNICEF by integrating food security and livelihoods programming into the nutrition and education interventions under Phase I and Phase II in Gedo Region. This joint programme has started implementation in January 2021 and spans over three years, with the aim to contribute to improved learning, health, hygiene, and nutritional outcomes for children, and food security and to build resilience for households and communities to withstand economic and climate-related shocks and stressors.
The evaluation will assess the delivery of the programme’s key inputs and services, as well as its impact on the target beneficiaries. This will also contribute to organizational learning about the impact of different programme design features.