Capacity Building, Emergencies, Food for Assets, Nutrition, School Meals
26 November 2013

The Indonesia portfolio evaluation covered WFP operations during 2009-2013, and the 2011-2015 Country Strategy Document.

WFP made important strategic choices, highly relevant to Indonesia’s humanitarian and development needs and increasingly aligning with the changing national agenda and policies.

The central challenge in adjusting operations to match strategy was to move from procuring and distributing food to supporting national capacity development and using prototypes to link small-scale field implementation, through advocacy, to large-scale adoption.  With rapid budget reductions and insufficient technical and capacity development effort, the portfolio showed varied and overall limited effectiveness in the period evaluated.


Facts and Figures, Capacity Building, Climate Change, Nutrition, School Meals
11 April 2013

Program WFP Indonesia tahun 2012 – 2015 merefleksikan transformasi Indonesia yang dinamis dari status negara berpenghasilan rendah ke berpenghasilan menengah dengan memastikan kelompok masyarakat rentan dapat melepaskan diri dari lingkaran kelaparan dan kekurangan gizi seiring kemajuan ekonomi bangsa. Program WFP Indonesia juga merefleksikan bergesernya peran WFP dari hubungan langsung operasional ke arah pengembangan kapasitas pemerintah dan masyarakat dalam menghadapi tantangan – tantangan ketahanan pangan dan gizi. WFP mendukung pemerintah dalam meningkatkan kapasitasnya menangani daearh rentan pangan dan gizi serta dalam kesiapsiagaan bencana melalui bantuan teknis, proyek – proyek percontohan serta dukungan kebijakan.


Seiring dengan pengembangan kapasitas mitra-mitra lokal, WFP juga menjawab kebutuhan mendesak atas kebutuhan pangan dan gizi melalui strategi pendekatan inovatif dan kemitraan. Melalui pendekatan dua jalur yang beriringan, WFP memastikan kepemilikan lokal dan kesinambungan, pemanfaatan kemitraan strategis dan membangun keberhasilan yang bertahap.
WFP memfokuskan diri terutama pada daerah rawan pangan di propinsi Nusa Tenggara Timur, Nusa Tenggara Barat dan Papua serta tetap menghadirkan kantor penghubung di Aceh.
Facts and Figures, Capacity Building, Climate Change, Food for Assets, Food Security Analysis, Nutrition, School Meals
11 April 2013

The new WFP’s Country Programme 2012-2015 reflects Indonesia’s dynamic transfor-mation from low income to middle income status and challenges of ensuring that the poorest and most vulnerable people escape the cycle of hunger and under-nutrition as the country progresses economically.

The country programme also reflects the shift in WFP’s role from direct operational engagement to capacity development of the government and the communities to address food security and nutrition challenges. WFP support the government to enhance the capacity to address food and nutrition insecurity and disaster preparedness through technical assistance, prototyping and policy advocacy.
While investing in capacity development of local actors, WFP is also responding to immediate food and nutrition needs through innovative approach and partnership. Through this twin track approach, WFP ensures local ownership and sustainability, leverage strategic partnerships and build on incremental success.
WFP focuses primarily on the food insecure provinces Nusa Tenggara Timur, Nusa Tenggara Barat and Papua, while keeping a small liaison office in Aceh.
Capacity Building, Climate Change, Emergencies, Gender, HIV/AIDS, Nutrition, School Meals
26 April 2011

One of four strategic evaluations related to WFP's shift from food aid to food assistance, this evaluation assesses how Country Offices have adapted to changing needs and the factors affecting those changes. Country Offices are at the front line of translating organizational goals into action.

The evaluation found many strategic changes are being made, affecting all aspects of WFP. Experienced and dedicated staff are actively working to make the changes a success. At the same time, the change process is still at a formative stage and the foundational elements need strengthening.