This publication aims to document recent trends – and strategic implications – with regards to the development of social registries and supporting digital information systems in the West and Central Africa region.
The terms of reference (TOR) aim to inform stakeholders about the evaluation, clarify expectations and requirements and guide the evaluation team in its work during the various phases of the evaluation.
Ce Résumé des constats d’Evaluation répond à une demande formulée par l’unité Genre du Bureau Régional du Programme alimentaire mondial (PAM) en Afrique de l’Ouest, de consolider les enseignements fournis par les évaluations sur l’égalité de genre et l’autonomisation des femmes.
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.
This publication, WFP Western Africa Regional Achievements in 2021, highlights WFP’s and its partners’ collective success in staying the course and delivering to the most vulnerable to save lives and our contributions to changing lives. Summarised across the chapters of this publication are insights into WFP’s important work in the areas of emergency response and preparedness, school feeding, nutrition and HIV, climate adaptation, social protection, gender, protection, digital solutions, supply chain and common logistics services.
The evaluation of WFP’s response to the Ebola Virus Disease crisis in West Africa assessed three key inquiry areas: partnerships and coordination; learning, adaptation and innovation; and, performance and results of 3 country-specific Immediate Response Emergency Operations, a regional EMOP (Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone) and 3 regional Special Operations implemented in 2014-2015, which represented USD 442 million in requirements and reached some 5 million beneficiaries in total.