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Monitoring and Evaluation of WFP's Country Strategic Plan in Kenya from 2019 to 2023

This project aims to evaluate the outcomes of WFP’s aid for refugees and vulnerable populations affected by disasters in Kenya from 2019 to 2023.

Date Published
6 Apr 2019
Expected Start Date
01 Apr 2019
Expected End Date
31 Oct 2023
Project Type
Project Status

This multi-year project seeks to assess the outcomes of WFP's humanitarian and development aid for refugees and vulnerable populations affected by natural and human caused disasters in Kenya from 2019 to 2023. These interventions are implemented through one of the strategic outcomes of WFP's five year Country Strategic Plan (there are two strategic outcomes). This component seeks to ensure that targeted groups have access to food and can meet their food and nutrition needs throughout the year. Interventions include an electronic voucher, unconditional cash transfers delivered via bank accounts, vocational youth training, training and technical support to local retailers, school feeding, malnutrition prevention and treatment and relief activities. The project will also assess the user experience, efficiency and the contributions to financial inclusion of the technological innovations that will be used to deliver social transfers e.g. mobile phones and mobile money systems and electronic bank cards.

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