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close this bookTime for Change: Food Aid and Development Consultation (WFP, 1998)
View the documentFOREWORD (23 - 24 October 1998)
View the documentHIGHLIGHTS FROM THE BACKGROUND PAPERS (23 - 24 October 1998)
View the documentBACKGROUND PAPERS FOR THE POLICY REVIEW ON FOOD AID AND DEVELOPMENT (23 - 24 October 1998)
close this folderTHE SPECIAL FEATURES OF FOOD AID (23 - 24 October 1998)
close this folderFood as Aid: Special Features of Development Assistance in the form of Food
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View the documentINTRODUCTION
close this folderLOOKING FOR THE FOOD EFFECT
View the documentThe Directness of Food as Aid
View the documentNutritional Effects
View the documentTargeting Issues
View the documentIssues of Effectiveness, Efficiency and Choice
close this folderFOCUSING ON HOUSEHOLD FOOD SECURITY
View the documentDefining Food Insecurity
View the documentThe Geography of Food Insecurity
View the documentThe Predicament of Food-insecure Households
View the documentHolding the Line against Impoverishment
View the documentFood, Work, and Food for Work
close this folderCONCLUSIONS
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View the documentFocusing on Where There Is Food Insecurity
View the documentThe Link between Emergencies and Development
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close this folderTHE FOOD FACTOR
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View the documentFood versus cash: the theory
close this folderFood versus cash: practical experience
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View the documentEvidence from a Developed Country
View the documentEvidence from Developing Countries
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close this folderPoverty Reduction, Aid Flows and WFP
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View the documentINTRODUCTION
View the documentDONOR POLICIES ON POVERTY REDUCTION
close this folderTRENDS IN DEVELOPMENT FINANCE
View the documentAid versus Private Financial Flows
View the documentODA for Poverty Reduction
View the documentDOES AID HELP REDUCE POVERTY?
View the documentREACHING THE POOREST WITH DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE
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close this folderFOOD SECURITY FOR THE VULNERABLE (23 - 24 October 1998)
close this folderParticipation: An Approach to Reach the Poor
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View the documentWHY PARTICIPATION?
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View the documentWFP EXPERIENCE - SUMMARY OF LESSONS LEARNED
View the documentCOSTS OF PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES
close this folderSTRATEGIC CONSIDERATIONS FOR IMPLEMENTING A WFP PEOPLE-CENTRED APPROACH
View the documentWFP Standards for Participation
View the documentImproved Project Design
View the documentParticipation in Targeting and Needs Assessments
View the documentCapacity-building
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close this folderIsolating Hunger: Reaching People in Need Beyond the Mainstream
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View the documentHunger as an Isolated Problem
View the documentSeeing into the Distance
View the documentIsolating the Problem: Development Action Against Hunger
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close this folderFood Security, Livelihoods and Food Aid Interventions
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View the documentIntroduction
close this folderThe Evolution of Approaches to Food Security
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View the documentNational Food Security
View the documentHousehold Food Security
View the documentThe Livelihoods Concept
close this folderThreats to livelihoods and coping strategies
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View the documentCoping with Food Insecurity
View the documentWFP's use of the concepts of food security and livelihoods
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close this folderTargeting to Reach the Food-Insecure
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close this folderGeneral Concepts
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View the documentTargeting Systems
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close this folderTargeting Efficiency and Cost-Effectiveness
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View the documentTargeting Accuracy
View the documentInformation Systems
View the documentBeneficiary Participation
View the documentWhen Targeting is not Cost-Effective
View the documentKey Considerations
close this folderWFP Targeting Practices
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View the documentDefining WFP's Beneficiaries
View the documentIdentifying Where WFP Can Reach its Beneficiaries
View the documentEnsuring WFP Assistance Gets to the Target Groups
View the documentContinuing to Meet Beneficiaries' Needs
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close this folderFood Aid to Support Technology Adoption among Small-scale Agriculturalits
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View the documentIntroduction: Technology Adoption and the Role of Food Aid
View the documentRisk and Adoption Of Technology
View the documentDistribution Factors in Technology Adoption: Women Farmers
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close this folderWomen in Food Aid Interventions: Impacts and Issues
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View the documentWhy target women in food aid INTERVENTIONS?
close this folderWhat are the positive and negative impacts of targeting women?
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View the documentSkills and Assets
View the documentSelf-confidence and Empowerment
View the documentAdditional Time and Energy Requirements for Women
View the documentGender Roles and Marginalization
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View the documentFeeding the Vulnerable: Evidence from a Developed Country
close this folderCRISIS MITIGATION (23 - 24 October 1998)
close this folderPrevention and Preparedness: Mitigating the Effects of Natural Disasters
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close this folderDEFINITIONS
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View the documentLESSONS LEARNED
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close this folderPREPAREDNESS AND PREVENTION ACTIVITIES
View the documentPreparedness Activities
View the documentPrevention in Practice
View the documentPrevention Activities in a Development Context
View the documentPrevention in Relief and Recovery
View the documentSTRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
View the documentRAPID RESPONSE—A LINK BETWEEN PREPAREDNESS AND PREVENTION
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close this folderImproving Food Security in Marginal, low-potential areas
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View the documentINTRODUCTION
close this folderWHY INVEST IN MARGINAL, LOW-POTENTIAL ZONES?
View the documentThe Low-potential/High-potential Debate
View the documentFive Reasons to Consider Marginal, Low-potential Areas
close this folderIMPLICATIONS FOR INVESTMENT
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View the documentOpportunities for WFP
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close this folderFOOD-BASED SAFETY NEEDS AND WFP
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close this folderPROTECTING THE VULNERABLE
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View the documentTypes of Food Shocks
View the documentVulnerability and the Consequences
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close this folderFOOD-BASED SAFETY NETS
View the documentTypes of Safety Nets
View the documentThe Role of Food-based Safety Nets
View the documentWhere Food-based Safety Nets are Appropriate
close this folderEXAMPLES OF PROGRAMMES
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View the documentEmergency Safety Nets in Ethiopia
View the documentTargeted Safety Nets in Malawi (WFP, 1998)
View the documentSafety Nets in ''Refugee-affected Areas'' in Pakistan (WFP, 1996c)
View the document''Development'' Safety Net Programmes in Bangladesh (WFP, 1996d)
View the documentSocial Safety Nets in the Gaza Strip (WFP, 1997b)
View the documentCONSIDERATIONS FOR A CHOICE OF PROGRAMMES
close this folderPROGRAMME EFFECTIVENESS
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View the documentTargeting Efficiency
View the documentStabilizing of Access to Food
View the documentDevelopment Outcomes
View the documentCapacity Requirements and Administrative Costs
View the documentDisincentive Effects
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close this folderCONCLUSIONS AND NEXT STEPS
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View the documentThe Role of Safety Nets in WFP Country Strategies
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close this folderIMPROVING EFFECTIVENESS (23 - 24 October 1998)
close this folderEstablishing Effective Partnerships for Food Aid Projects
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close this folderWFP AND PARTNERSHIP EXPERIENCES
View the documentTypes of Partnerships
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close this folderWHY HAVE PARTNERSHIPS?
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View the documentWhat WFP Offers Partners
close this folderCONDITIONS FOR SUCCESSFUL PARTNERSHIPS
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View the documentCONSTRAINTS TO PARTNERSHIP
close this folderISSUES
View the documentDeciding Where to Work
View the documentDeciding with Whom to Work
View the documentControl and Accountability
close this folderOPPORTUNITIES
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View the documentParticipating in the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF)
View the documentBeing Proactive at Headquarters and in the Field
View the documentDeveloping Existing Partnerships
View the documentIncreasing Technical Capacities through NGO Partnerships
View the documentConcentrating on a Few Agencies
View the documentGiving Guidance to Country Offices
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close this folderSustainability and Food Assistance: an introductory note
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View the documentEVOLVING CONCEPTS OF SUSTAINABILITY
View the documentCURRENT PERSPECTIVES ON SUSTAINABILITY
close this folderWFP AND SUSTAINABILITY
View the documentWFP's Past Approach to Sustainability
View the documentA New WFP Approach to Sustainability: Sustainability for People, not Projects
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close this folderWFP: ADAPTING TO CHANGE (23 - 24 October 1998)
close this folderWFP in a changing world
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close this folderREVITALIZING WFP
View the documentWFP's Mandate
View the documentPolicy and Guidance
View the documentNew Initiatives
View the documentFinancial Planning and Resourcing
View the documentCONCENTRATING ON THE POOREST
View the documentMOVING CLOSER TO THE PEOPLE
close this folderIMPROVING PROGRAMME QUALITY
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View the documentREFORM IN THE UNITED NATIONS
close this folderENABLING DEVELOPMENT: Moderator's Summary (15 February 1999)
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View the documentPartnerships
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View the documentEmpowering people and participation
View the documentWho and where are the hungry?
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close this folderENABLING DEVELOPMENT (15 February 1999)
View the documentI. INTRODUCTION
View the documentII. FOOD AID: THE MYTHS
View the documentIII. WHO AND WHERE ARE THE HUNGRY?
View the documentIV. FOOD AS AID
View the documentV. COPING WITH FOOD INSECURITY
View the documentVI. ENABLING DEVELOPMENT: THE ROLE OF WFP FOOD AID
View the documentVII. PROGRAMME PRIORITIES FOR WFP
View the documentWHAT WILL BE DIFFERENT?
View the documentANNEX I. WORLD FOOD SUMMIT PLAN OF ACTION AND WFP POLICY DIRECTIONS: WORKING TO REDUCE HUNGER
View the documentANNEX II. EFFECTIVE PARTNERSHIPS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: WFP WORKING TOWARDS THE DAC GOALS
close this folderENABLING DEVELOPMENT: POLICY AND IMPLEMENTATION (7 April 1999)
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View the documentFood as aid
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View the documentEnabling development: The role of WFP food aid
View the documentPartnership
View the documentThe focus of future WFP programming
View the documentPolicy recommendations
View the documentEnhancing knowledge and capacity for development—a framework for implementation
View the documentStrengthening information analysis and management
View the documentBuilding on achievements
View the documentA plan for action
View the documentTime frame
View the documentProducts and outputs
View the documentStrengthening capacity and human resources
View the documentFinancial support
View the documentMilestones
View the documentAnnex I. World food summit plan of action and WFP policy directions: Working to reduce hunger
View the documentAnnex II. Effective partnerships for sustainable development: WFP working towards the DAC goals