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Title: Rethinking School Feeding in WFP


1
Rethinking School Feeding in WFP
Locally sourced school feeding, Purchase For
Progress and Education of Rural People
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WHY SCHOOL FEEDING?
  • WFPs Vision
  • HUNGER NOT AN IMPEDIMENT TO EDUCATION OF THE
    SCHOOL CHILD
  • School feeding is a long-term, sustainable
    investment in human capital

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SCHOOL FEEDING IS
A relevant response to hunger in all contexts An
effective safety net providing education,
nutrition and other development benefits A
cost-effective, sustainable intervention
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SCHOOL FEEDING IS
Mainly targeted to RURAL AREAS A hunger
reduction tool response to High Food Prices
crisis in 20 countries Modalities school
snacks, school meals, Take-Home rations
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School Feeding Outcomes
Income Transfer
  • SF is a scaleable, effective social protection
    instrument, most effective as a safety net when
    it targets poorest areas

Education
  • SF can help to get children into school and help
    to keep them there and help them learn.

Gender
  • Proven positive contribution of school feeding to
    gender equality
  • When SF rations are combined with de-worming and
    micronutrient fortification they offer important
    nutritional benefits

Nutrition
Local Development
  • Spin offs- linkages to community development,
    local production, health and nutrition/ essential
    package interventions

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THE TRANSITION OF SCHOOL FEEDING
WFPs role is to support the transition process
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  • The six quality standards for sustainable school
    feeding
  • Sound alignment with national policy frameworks
  • Stable funding and budgeting
  • Evidence-based programme design
  • Strong institutional and implementation
    arrangements
  • Strong partnerships and inter-sector coordination
  • Strong community participation and ownership.

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  • The role of WFP is to assist the government in
    thoses areas
  • Policy dialogue, advocacy, decision-making
  • Institutional capacity analyses, capacity
    development
  • Funding food aid and fundraising
  • Programme design appraisal, evaluation, costing,
    targeting, food basket and nutrition
    considerations.
  • Programme implementation procurement, logistics,
    ME
  • Process starts with action planning workshops
    (tool)

9
New Policy Strategy Directions
WFPs role
New Generation School Feeding
  • Focus on Government ownership, capacity building
  • WFP to support transition into nationally-owned
    programmes.
  • SF sustainable when included in national policy
    framework, the country has financial AND
    institutional capacity
  • WFP to enable national governments to design,
    implement and expand comprehensive,
    government-owned, locally sourced, cost-effective
    and sustainable quality School Feeding Programmes

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Food Procurement Trends
2008
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Where did WFP purchase in 2008?
Europe 557,163 mt US 220 million
North America 221,289 mt US 99 million
Asia 846,148 mt US 424 million
Africa 1,024,255 mt US 427 million
Latin America 185,812 mt US 236 million
Map from Nations Online Project
78 of all food purchased was from developing
countries
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LOCAL PROCUREMENT
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SMALL FARMER LINKS TO SCHOOL FEEDING requires
Strategic procurement for school feeding
programme, from small-scale farmers removing the
barriers in accessing the school feeding market,
Agricultural development help small-scale
farmers increase productivity, produce
better-quality crops, manage natural resources
and mitigate risks in a sustainable way.
Institutional development support for design
and implementation includes policies, standards,
capacity building to fund, manage and implement
school feeding
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PURCHASE FOR PROGRESS OBJECTIVES
  • Identify and share best practices for agriculture
    markets stakeholders to increase profitable
    engagement in markets
  • Improve capacities in order to raise income from
    agriculture markets
  • Increase farmers sales to WFP
  • Transform WFP food purchase programmes

P4P focuses on smallholder and low-income farmers
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Activities
  • Competitive tendering practices
  • Purchasing directly
  • Contracting for risk reduction
  • Processing options

Cross-cutting activities Partnerships
Training Monitoring and Evaluation Policy
Advice Advocacy
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Countries that are advanced in the transition to
national ownership (Africa)
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  • Next steps
  • USDA missions in four countries Ghana, Kenya,
    Mali and Uganda in partnership with WFP/GATES
  • These missions will assess and establish a clear
    link between home-grown school feeding, P4P, new
    generation school feeding

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THANK YOU
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Back-up slides
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Building Blocks
Three Fundamental Components
Market Interventions
Monitoring Evaluation
Procurement
Ongoing ME
Supply-side Partnerships
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Traders Processors
UN Agencies World Bank
Bilateral Partners
Farmers Communities
NGOs
Donors
Regional Organisations
Research Institutions
National Governments
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21 Pilot Countries
  • Africa Burkina Faso, Democratic Republic of
    Congo, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi,
    Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Sudan,
    Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia
  • Asia Afghanistan and Laos
  • Latin America El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras,
    Nicaragua
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