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Aligned to the government's Growth and Transformation Plan,the PRRO supported the national relief response,national Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP),and the child survival programme (targeted supplementary feeding programme,TSFP). Through the Food Management Improvement Programme (FMIP),WFP supported the Government in enhancing the management of the relief and PSNP food supply chains. Contributing to Strategic Objectives 1 and 3,the PRRO's specific goals were to: 1) Help emergency-affected households reduce the impact of shocks by improving food security,resilience and recovery from disaster (Strategic Objective 1); 2) Support PSNP households and communities to improve food security,enhance resilience and recover from disaster (Strategic Objective 3); and 3) Support food-insecure households in reducing or stabilizing moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) among children six months to five years of age and pregnant and lactating women (Strategic Objective 1). The national relief programme focuses on disaster response in areas not covered by PSNP,which is concerned with disaster mitigation,adaptation to climate change and recovery after shocks. The relief component can also respond in PSNP woredas (districts) in major emergencies. In 2014,WFP's relief assistance was based on the government-led,multi-agency seasonal assessments that were carried out in late 2013 and mid-2014. The TSFP component addresses MAM in the most food-insecure woredas. WFP aligned its TSFP with the revised National Nutrition Programme (NNP) 2013- 2015. The programme intervened in areas identified as hotspot Priority One by the federal Disaster Risk Management and Food Security Sector (DRMFSS) depending on the acute food insecurity and malnutrition situation.
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US $ 496.167.505,06
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2012-01-01
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2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2015-06-30
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US $ 055.643.328
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The overall objective of the PRRO was to enhance the resilience of communities in fragile ecosystems by contributing to: -Strategic Objective 1 by reducing the impact of seasonal stress and preventing a peak in acute malnutrition and mortality,focusing on children under 2 as part of a safety net for households; -Strategic Objective 3 by increasing access to assets and food through land regeneration,water harvesting and local purchases; and -Strategic Objective 4 by supporting integrated safety nets: treating acute malnutrition in children aged 6-59 months and pregnant and lactating women (PLW),and implementing community-based interventions to prevent malnutrition and improve access to and retention in education. The joint government and WFP multi-sectorial and integrated programming was geographically targeted and aimed at supporting the same vulnerable beneficiaries through a flexible combination of conditional and unconditional food assistance all-year-round. The sequenced assistance was necessary to protect achievements during the most difficult period over the year and build resilience over time. Critical building blocks are now in place to create a path for change in Niger and building resilience has become a major focus of the global,regional and country level discussions. The current operation was characterized by strong leadership and engagement of the government,including a renewed political commitment,which prioritized long-term food security and nutrition. These efforts were supported by donors,international and national NGOs and key strategic and operational partnerships with United Nations Rome Based Agencies and UNICEF.
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US $ 002.020.925,55
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Start date planned:
2014-01-01
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2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2016-12-31
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The PRRO supported the Government's Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP),national relief response,child survival programme and response to HIV. It addressed acute food insecurity and contributed to Strategic Objectives 1 and 2 as follows: - Relief: General food distributions (GFD) were provided for food-insecure communities affected by severe unpredictable food shortages (Strategic Objective 1); - PSNP: In districts where severe food insecurity could be predicted,food for assets by beneficiaries supported disaster risk reduction investments; free distributions were provided for those unable to work (Strategic Objective 2); - Targeted supplementary food (TSF): Fortified blended food and vegetable oil were provided for acutely malnourished children under 5 and pregnant and lactating women,both identified through nutrition screenings such as the Enhanced Outreach Strategy and Community Based Nutrition screenings (Strategic Objective 1); and - Urban HIV and AIDS: Targeted food and nutritional support was provided for food-insecure households and women and children affected by HIV and AIDS. School attending Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) were also supported. (Strategic Objective 2). The PRRO further contributed to Strategic Objective 5 through its capacity building initiatives contributing to increase government and community capacity to carry out hunger and disaster risk management programmes.
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US $ 939.506.792,90
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Start date planned:
2008-01-01
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2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2011-12-31
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PRRO 200443 was launched in January 2013 in line with WFP Strategic Plan (2008 - 2013) and aimed to support 2.9 million people over three years. The PRRO was re-aligned to the 2014- 2017 Strategic Plan with the primary objectives of enhancing resilience of vulnerable households and individuals to shocks (Strategic Objective 3),rebuilding food and nutritional security for households by providing protective safety nets (Strategic Objective 2) and saving lives through targeted relief interventions as seasonally and geographically appropriate (Strategic Objective 1). The PRRO also sought to build operational capacities of counterpart ministries in planning,oversight and implementation of health,nutrition and education activities. This PRRO represented a major shift from years of exclusive emergency response to an expanded focus towards recovery and resilience. The project sought to significantly scale up livelihood activities and incorporated a seasonal safety-net approach that provided predictable and targeted interventions during lean seasons and in other times of food insecurity. Under the PRRO,WFP has developed a joint strategy framework in partnership with FAO and UNICEF to build the resilience of vulnerable households and communities. The joint strategy seeks to rebuild,restore and create new livelihood assets for vulnerable populations,among other objectives. WFP livelihoods interventions under the joint strategy include food assistance for assets (FFA) and for training (FFT). The PRRO incorporated flexible nutrition responses allowing for both preventative (blanket supplementary feeding programme and mother and child health and nutrition - BSFP; Strategic Objective 1) and curative (targeted supplementary feeding programme - TSFP; Strategic Objective 2) approaches including for malnourished ART and TB clients (Strategic Objective 2). Protective (non-seasonal) safety-net programmes included school feeding and support to HIV/TB clients (both under Strategic Objective 2). The PRRO aimed to support vulnerable pastoralists,agro-pastoralists,internally displaced persons (IDPs) and the urban poor.
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US $ 791.451.181,10
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2013-01-01
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2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2015-12-31
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Emergency Operation 200338 began in January 2012 and was extended to December 2013. The operation responded to the continuing food security and nutrition crisis in South Sudan. It is in line with WFP Strategic Objectives 1,2 and 3. The operation aimed to assist people affected by conflict (internally displaced persons (IDPs),returnees,refugees and vulnerable groups (malnourished children under the age of five,and pregnant and lactating women) whose food and nutrition security have been affected by shocks; and protect and rebuild livelihoods and enhance the resilience and self-reliance of households and communities through social safety nets - including school meals (food for education,or FFE) and community-based asset creation (food assistance for assets,or FFA). The EMOP directly contributes to achieving Millennium Development Goals 1-6.
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US $ 705.963.228,12
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2012-01-01
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2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2013-12-31
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US $ 676.125.672
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US $ 579.407.772
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Chad is a low income,food deficit country ranked 184th out of 187 countries in the human development index and 73rd of 78 countries in the global hunger index (2014). Localized poor harvests and increased food insecurity occur nearly every year,and widespread drought affects the Sahelian zone about once every five years. This protracted relief and recovery operation was realigned with the 2014-2017 WFP Strategic Results Framework to contribute to WFP Strategic Objectives 1,2,3 and 4. The project aimed to: A) Reduce the prevalence of acute malnutrition in children under 5 and pregnant and lactating women (PLW); B) Ensure adequate food consumption for food-insecure households and targeted refugees; C) Support the livelihoods of targeted communities to strengthen their resilience to shocks and weather shocks; D) Restore the livelihoods and food security of communities and households after conflict; E) Strengthen the government's capacity to reduce food insecurity by supporting activities related to early warning and response to food crises,and promoting local purchases; and F) Reduce the prevalence of chronic malnutrition in children aged 6 to 24 months in targeted refugee camps. This operation ended on 31 December 2014 and was followed by PRRO 200713.
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US $ 561.040.671,77
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2012-01-01
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2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2014-12-31
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This protracted relief and recovery operation (PRRO 200294) is aimed at rebuilding livelihoods and enhancing resilience. Its components include relief,recovery and preparedness. The PRRO aims to support the Government's social protection strategy and commitment to ending drought emergencies in arid and semi-arid lands (ASALs) by supporting households to cope with and recover better from recurring drought. This PRRO supported the objectives in WFP's new Strategic Plan (2014-2017) as follows: - Assisting emergency-affected households in reducing the impacts of shocks by addressing their food needs (Strategic Objective 1); - Reducing acute malnutrition among children under 5 and pregnant and lactating women (PLW) in identified populations in crisis-affected areas (Strategic Objective 1); - Supporting and re-establishing livelihoods,food security and nutrition aftershocks (Strategic Objective 2); and - Enhancing communities' resilience to shocks through asset creation,and increasing government capacity to design and manage disaster-preparedness and risk-reduction programmes. Capacity development includes preparedness,early warning and livelihood-based planning. (Strategic Objective 3). WFP activities are aligned with the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (2014 - 2018),which seeks to support implementation of the second Medium Term Plan (MTP2,2014 - 2017) - of Vision 2030,the national development blueprint. In particular,WFP is supporting Kenya's Ending Drought Emergencies plan by investing in resilience building and sustainable livelihoods. The PRRO supports Kenya's constitution of 2010,which guarantees the social and economic rights of marginalised groups,including pastoralists; recognises the right to be free from hunger and to have adequate food of acceptable quality; and devolves considerable power and resources for development planning and investments to newly-created counties. WFP is also supporting the Government in reducing under-nutrition through the National Nutrition Action Plan (2012 - 2017).
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US $ 454.061.828,89
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2012-05-01
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2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2015-04-30
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This PRRO's strategic objectives are in line with the Government of Kenya's social protection strategy which focuses on: 1) provision of immediate support to households affected by natural disasters,and 2) strengthening their resilience to future shocks. The operation sought to contribute to WFP's strategic objectives by reducing malnutrition of drought-affected populations through general food distributions (GFD),supplementary feeding and mother-and-child health and nutrition (MCHN) programmes (Strategic Objective 1). The PRRO also aimed at: building productive assets to enhance longer-term food security through food or cash-for-assets (Strategic Objective 2); restoring livelihoods for households recovering from high food prices through cash transfers,and stabilizing enrolment to pre-crisis levels through school meals (Strategic Objective 3). Additionally,the operation sought to strengthen the Government's capacity to design,manage and implement projects to address hunger in line,with Strategic Objective 5.
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US $ 428.759.159,34
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2009-05-01
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2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2012-04-30
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In line with the 2008-13 WFP Strategic Plan,the objectives of this emergency operation were to save lives and protect livelihoods in emergency and early recovery situations (Strategic Objective 1) and to prevent acute hunger and invest in disaster preparedness and mitigation measures (Strategic Objective 2). This EMOP aimed to support people affected by conflict and drought,internally displaced persons (IDPs) and other vulnerable groups - such as malnourished children and pregnant and lactating women - while protecting livelihoods and enhancing self-reliance of people affected by shocks through general food distribution (GFD),social safety nets,including school meals,institutional feeding programmes like anti-retroviral treatment (ART) and tuberculosis-directly observed treatment (TB - DOTS) activities,and asset creation activities. In 2012,WFP Somalia assisted 3.6 million people throughout the country,through a combination of nutrition,relief,livelihoods and social safety net programmes. Children under 5 years of age and pregnant and lactating women were specifically targeted with both blanket and targeted supplementary feeding. WFP pursued its policy of expanding the provision of both treatment and preventive nutrition services to cover identified gaps,along with a continued scale up of livelihood specific interventions. Food assistance continued to be provided to primary schoolchildren,TB - DOTS and ART clients and their family members.
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US $ 399.702.660,82
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Start date planned:
2011-07-01
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2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2012-12-31
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US $ 372.841.052
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The Country Programme (CP) contributes to Strategic Objectives 2,4 and 5 and to Millennium Development Goals 1,2,3,6 and 7. The CP has five components: 1) Disaster risk management capacity (Strategic Objective 2); 2) Natural resource management capacity,including community-based watershed development under MERET- Managing Environment Resources to Enable Transitions to More Sustainable Livelihoods (Strategic Objective 2); 3) Food for Education in primary schools; (Strategic Objective 4); 4) Access to HIV care,treatment and support in urban areas (Strategic Objective 4); 5) Promoting food marketing and rural livelihoods,especially for women (Strategic Objective 5). Under the Disaster Risk Management component,WFP contributed to the work of the Disaster Risk Management and Food Security Sector (DRMFSS) of the Ministry of Agriculture on enhancing the Government's disaster risk management system. WFP focused capacity development analysis,preparedness and response with a view of eventual handover to government. MERET supported the Government on the design and implementation of Natural Resource Management Capacity Development in the context of the Community-Based Watershed Development Approach in the food insecure areas of the country. The design and framework of MERET is linked and aligned with the Government's strategic development agenda,particularly with the Ethiopian Strategic Investment Framework for Sustainable Land Management (ESIF-SLM). MERET's interventions are categorized as follows: 1) rehabilitation of degraded lands to increase productivity,improve the hydrologic balance,increase the vegetation cover and improve resilience to shocks; 2) small scale water development to improve access to water sources; 3) income-generating activities to help diversify and increase incomes; 4) food distribution to save lives and reduce depletion of assets; and 5) capacity building to improve knowledge and skills on project cycle management. The Government's Multi Year Education Sector Development Program (ESDP) aims to achieve universal primary education through expanding access and coverage for all,and in promoting gender equality and empowering women. In line with the ESDP IV,WFP's school feeding contributed to access and equity of education. The urban HIV and AIDS project has 5 components: nutrition assessment counseling and support (NACS) for people living with HIV (PLHIV),economic strengthening (ES),orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) support,assistance to pregnant and lactating women (PLW) and their infants/children attending prevention of mother to child transmission (PMTCT) services at health facilities and the Urban HIV/AIDS Information System (UHAIS). The specific objectives are to: improve the nutritional status of malnourished PLHIV,household food security status of HIV and AIDS affected households; promote school enrollment and attendance of OVC; promote the compliance of pregnant and lactating mothers to PMTCT services; and improve the capacity of the health system to provide nutritional support and care. Through WFP's regular procurement function,the Purchase for Progress (P4P) pilot building on partnerships in the Government's agricultural growth programme,increased local procurement of food and partnerships to enhance the management and marketing capacities of farmers' organizations and trade associations.
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US $ 331.487.165,29
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Start date planned:
2012-01-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2016-06-30
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Until its end in March 2014,the operation assisted the government in meeting urgent needs of populations whose food security was adversely affected by drought,severe storms,floods and other natural hazards; and strengthened the government's capacity to prepare for,assess and protect food security in emergency situations brought about by natural disasters. The activities supported recovery of livelihoods and food security and reduced poverty and vulnerability to shocks. Specific objectives included: - Saving lives and reducing undernutrition among people affected by disasters; - Strengthening community capacity to reduce risks and adapt to climate variability; - Increasing access to food and restoring destroyed or depleted assets; - Improving the nutritional status of targeted women and children; and - Building local government capacity to design,implement and sustain community-level agricultural projects. The operation was in line with national strategies and operational plans,the 2013-2016 United Nations Integrated Strategic Framework,and contributed to WFP Strategic Objectives 1,2,3 and 4. Through social and productive safety net programmes,WFP provided emergency food assistance and invested in nutrition and asset-creation activities among vulnerable groups. Concurrently,WFP worked with the government to develop national capacity and reinforce ownership at the departmental level. Activities under the PRRO included: - An emergency response component in form of prepositioned food stocks for general food distributions (GFDs) to meet relief needs of vulnerable communities; - Nutrition interventions,namely the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) among children 6-59 months and pregnant and lactating women; - Take-home family rations for households with people living with HIV and TB who were undergoing anti-retroviral therapy (ART) and direct observed treatment short course (DOTS),so that the patients could optimize the adherence to and effectiveness of the treatment; and - Food assistance for assets (FFA) through cash transfers,conditional on participation in productive activities to restore livelihoods and assets while meeting food needs following natural shocks. The PRRO 108440 was succeeded by PRRO 200618 in April 2014.
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US $ 298.376.223,77
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Start date planned:
2010-01-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2014-03-31
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In line with Strategic Objective 1,the overall objective of this five-month (August - December) project was to save lives and protect the livelihoods of targeted households by: (i) reducing the level of acute malnutrition in children under 5 and pregnant and lactating women in targeted emergency-affected populations; and (ii) improving the food consumption of the affected population,whose food and nutrition security had been adversely affected by the drought. Under Strategic Objective 2,the project also aimed at contributing to protect livelihoods and reinforce the capacity of vulnerable populations to cope with shocks through the use of conditional cash transfers under a pilot cash-for-assets project. Cash payment was conditional on days worked,each participant receiving almost US$2 per working day. A budget revision was approved at the end of December. It allowed the adjustment of needs and activities from November to December to integrate the good harvest prospects. It also extended the project until June 2011 with additional needs and costs. The project food basket included various blended food commodities,such as corn-soya blend (CSB),CSB+ with ten percent sugar,CSB+,Supplementary Plumpy and Plumpy Doz. It also contained enriched vegetable oil,sugar,salt,cereals (maize,rice,sorghum,bulgar),pulses (beans,lentils).
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US $ 261.123.072,81
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2010-08-01
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2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2011-06-30
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This operation provided a coherent,integrated and hunger-focused approach to address food and nutrition security as well as agriculture and market support requirements in Uganda. The Uganda Country Programme (CP) aimed to achieve the following objectives: support the Government's initiative to increase access to quality primary and secondary school education through the provision of school meals (Strategic Objective 4); reduce the prevalence of under nutrition and improve the nutritional status of pregnant and lactating women (PLW) and children under two years of age (Strategic Objective 4); protect livelihoods and enhance resilience to shocks and disaster preparedness through asset creation activities (Strategic Objectives 3); and support local agriculture and markets through infrastructure development and local purchase as a non-transfer activity (Strategic Objective 3). Agriculture and market support (AMS/P4P) activities were supported by a joint action agreement with the Ministry of Trade,Industry and Cooperatives and the Ministry of Agriculture,Animal industry and Fisheries. WFP's asset-creation and public works programme,food assistance for assets (FFA),in Karamoja was implemented within the framework of the Government's second Northern Uganda Social Action Fund (NUSAF 2). The school meals and mother and child health and nutrition programme (MCHN) were implemented through a memoranda of understanding signed with local governments in the Karamoja region. All activities supported the Government of Uganda's National Development Plan.
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US $ 247.451.507,58
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Start date planned:
2009-11-16
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2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2015-12-31
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Responding to Humanitarian Needs and Strengthening Resilience to Food Insecurity
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US $ 241.567.899,73
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2013-05-01
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2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2015-12-31
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No description given.
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CAD $ 216.570.000
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2015-06-30T00:00:00-05:00
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Completion
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CAD $ 216.570.000
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2015-07-31T00:00:00-05:00
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US $ 216.275.280
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US $ 203.614.796
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US $ 163.259.368
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The findings of a comprehensive food security and vulnerability analysis (CFSVA) conducted in Tanzania in 2010 revealed that poor food consumption is strongly associated with the degree of ownership of productive assets and vulnerability to shocks affecting crops and livestock. Households with poor consumption experienced greater exposure to plant diseases and animal pests,are more likely to be headed by women,and have low expenditure and wealth index scores. Country Programme (CP) 200200 (July 2011 - June 2015) focuses on food security and nutrition support for people living in the most environmentally fragile and chronically food insecure areas of the country. Additionally,it focuses on investments in food and nutrition security for communities that are able to meet basic food and nutrition needs,but require further investments to ensure future food security. Specifically,CP 200200 aims to: i) Reduce short-term hunger and increase enrolment,attendance and improve the concentration of primary school-age children through food for education (FFE),in line with WFP Strategic Objective 4 (Activity 1); ii) Assist vulnerable communities to build resilience to climatic shocks and raise their agricultural productivitythough food assistance for assets (FFA),in line with WFP Strategic Objective 2 (Activity 2); iii) Reduce global acute malnutrition among children under 5,and pregnant and lactating women under the supplementary feeding programme (SFP),in line with WFP Strategic Objective 4 (Activity 3): and iv) Prevent stunting among children under two years,in line with WFP Strategic Objective 4 (Activity 4). CP 200200 is based on WFP's Country Strategy 2011-2015,which is aligned with Tanzania's National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty (2010-2015) and Development Vision 2025. As a UN "Delivering as One" country,WFP's operations are incorporated the United Nations Development Assistance Plan (UNDAP 2011-15).
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US $ 162.794.266,73
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Start date planned:
2011-07-01
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2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2015-06-30
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The country programme 200238 sought to help the Government of Egypt to reach the most vulnerable people more effectively in the context of very fragile food security and limited funding for social safety nets. It provided technical assistance to the Government with a view to eventually handover the project activities. This included pilot programmes,such as technical assistance for the fortification of subsidized commodities,which could be replicated and scaled up by the Government. The programme supported the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 1,2,3 and 7,aiming to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger,achieve universal primary education,promote gender equality and empower women,and ensure environmental sustainability. The programme is also aligned with the strategic goals of the Ministry of Education to develop a comprehensive and sustainable national school feeding strategy. The Egypt country programme contains four components. Component one,strengthening national institutions that support food security,helped the Government develop its food security policy. Food security is a major concern as food insecurity increased from 14 percent in 2009 to 17 percent (14.3 million people) in 2013,according to the biennial Household Income,Expenditure,and Consumption Survey (HIECS). Technical assistance was intended to refine data collection and enhance the ability to make evidence-based recommendations for reforms to the food-subsidy system. WFP's vulnerability analysis and mapping (VAM) helped national institutions to identify areas of growing vulnerability,particularly in slums and frontier governorates. Component two,enhancing access to education and combating child labour,supported the Government's National School Feeding Programme,and provided technical assistance to the Ministry of Education and food incentives to encourage the enrolment and attendance of children in schools in rural Upper Egypt. A project to combat the worst forms of child labour (CWCLP) enhanced access to education and encouraged families to keep their children in school. Component three,building resilience of vulnerable groups,supported vulnerable rural and remote Bedouin communities through food assistance for assets (FFA) activities. This component also included complementary activities to help the southern regions adapt to potential reductions in food production caused by climate change. Approaches included the introduction of heat-tolerant crops,animal husbandry training,diversification of income sources through inter-cropping and loan projects,improved land use and irrigation,and better access to weather forecasts. Component four,supporting nutrition,planned to provide technical assistance to improve food quality and monitoring,and strengthen the national capacity to prevent chronic malnutrition among vulnerable populations. All four components were aligned with WFP's Strategic Objectives 3 and 4,to reduce undernutrition and break the intergenerational cycle of hunger,and to reduce risk and enable people,communities,and countries to meet their own food and nutrition needs.
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US $ 159.641.327,56
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2013-07-01
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2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2017-12-31
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