The Cost of Hunger in Africa study estimates the social and economic impacts of child undernutrition and provides evidence supporting investments in human capital for sustainable development in African countries.
This framework document is intended as a guidance tool for the design, implementation and communication of resilience-building approaches and programmes. The Framework outlines strategic and policy related considerations, programme approach and design support drawing from regional experience and lessons learned, as well as, reference to tools to support the design of resilience-programming at regional level. It was produced along with the WFP Regional Resilience Activity Sheets and Resilience Marker developed by the WFP Regional Bureau Cairo in 2019.
The set of resilience activity sheets was developed to provide descriptions and region-specific examples of how WFP’s work in the 12 corporate activity areas may be positioned to better contribute towards resilience-building of individuals, households, communities & systems. These sheets are associated with the WFP Regional Resilience Framework and Resilience Marker developed by the WFP Regional Bureau Cairo in 2019.
This decentralized evaluation (DE) was commissioned by the WFP Egypt Country Office and covers the First 1000 Days Programme. The DE focused on implementation activities from mid-2017 to mid-2021. It covered 14 governorates in Egypt and examined the modalities of Conditional Cash Transfers (CCT) as well as the Unconditional Cash Transfer (UCCT).
Nearly 15 million children between 5-14 years old are out of school in MENA, and 10 million are in school but at risk of dropping out due to poverty and social marginalization, as well as migration, displacement and conflict. This brief provides key messages and actions for governments, WFP offices and partners to strengthen linkages between school feeding programmes and social protection to maximize the benefits of National School Feeding Programmes (NSFPs) as safety nets in the region.
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.