The Zero Hunger Strategic Review of the Republic of Chad was conducted through a participatory approach involving stakeholders in food and nutrition security at both the national and regional levels. The objective of the process was to identify the causes of hunger and malnutrition, the mains challenges the country is facing and to propose strategic lines of action, consistent with the "Vision 2030, the Chad we want". Chad's Zero Hunger Strategic Review was conducted by H.E Nassour Guelendouksia Ouaidou, Honorary President of the National Assembly.
While there is considerable evidence of the effectiveness of Moderate Acute Malnutrition treatment interventions in optimal conditions, there is insufficient and equivocal understanding of the relationship between malnutrition treatment and prevention work. The four impact evaluations in Chad, Sudan, Niger and Mali examine aspects of WFP’s food security and MAM prevention and treatment programmes, on nutrition and food security outcomes and identify lessons to improve programme effectiveness.
Impressions from the Sahel integrated resilience programme. WFP is scaling-up investments to build community assets, promote education, improve nutrition and health, and create jobs for youth in five Sahelian countries.
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 evaluation was commissioned by the independent Office of Evaluation to provide evaluative evidence for accountability and learning to inform the design of the next WFP country strategic plan (CSP) in Chad.
Healthy ecosystems are the very foundation for people’s wellbeing and livelihoods in the Sahel. WFP's integrated resilience programme generates climate solutions at scale bringing degraded land back to life
These decentralized evaluations were commissioned by the WFP School-Based Programmes Team to cover the Breaking Barriers for Girls' Education (BBGE) Programme in Chad and Niger (2019-2022). The evaluations were jointly carried out by UNICEF, UNFPA, and WFP in 2023.