The Year in Review describes WFP’s actions and achievements in serving people’s emergency, recovery and development needs in 2018. It covers WFP’s provision of vital, common platforms and services for the humanitarian and development community.
This WFP study sought to explore how cash-based interventions (CBI) can contribute to achieving gender equality and women’s empowerment, as ends in themselves and for food security and nutrition outcomes.
The country portfolio evaluation covered all WFP activities in Somalia from 2012 to 2017.
It assessed WFP’s strategic positioning, the quality of and factors influencing WFP’s decision making, and the performance and results of portfolio activities. The evaluation provided evidence to inform the design of the new WFP Somalia interim country strategic plan.
This country portfolio evaluation covered all the WFP operations in the Central African for the period 2012 to mid-2017. It assessed WFP’s alignment and strategic positioning, its strategic decision-making, and the performance of the portfolio as a whole.
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 Pakistan. It covers WFP activities implemented between 2018 and 2021.
The El Salvador impact evaluation aims to understand the impacts of food-assistance for assets (FFA) programming targeting women on both income and asset loss, while also aiming to understand the longer-term implications of the response on gender equality and women’s social and economic empowerment
This Rwanda impact evaluation baseline report details key findings from the baseline data on key outcomes, that include measures of resilience, consumption, coping strategies, earnings, women’s agency, and women’s social and economic empowerment
This corporate emergency evaluation managed by the WFP Office of Evaluation covers the period January 2015 – March 2018 and assessed: a) partnerships; b) alignment; c) efficiency and d) results of the WFP response to the Syrian regional crisis.
This country portfolio evaluation covered WFP’s portfolio of seven operations in Iraq from 2010 to 2015, and the 2010–2014 country strategy. It assessed WFP’s alignment and strategic positioning; factors and quality of strategic decision-making; and the performance and results of the portfolio as a whole.
WFP’s dual mandate, strategic alignment with the 2030 Agenda and recent award of the Nobel Peace Prize are a testament of the organization’s ability to holistically contribute across humanitarian, development, and peace outcomes.
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 Jordan. It covers WFP activities implemented under the transitional interim CSP (2018–2019) and the CSP between 2020 and mid-2021.
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.