Publications
Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
30 June 2014

The Market Watch is a monthly publication produced jointly by:

  • WFP - World Food Programme
  • MoAC - Department of Agriculture, Agribusiness Promotion and Marketing Development Directorate (ABPMDD)
  • FNCCI - Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industries
  • CIPF - Consumer Protection Interest Forum

The aim of the Market Watch is  to provide up-to-date information on market developments in Nepal. It monitors price and supply conditions in rural and urban markets across Nepal.

Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
31 December 2013

The Market Watch is a monthly publication produced jointly by:

  • WFP - World Food Programme
  • MoAC - Department of Agriculture, Agribusiness Promotion and Marketing Development Directorate (ABPMDD)
  • FNCCI - Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industries
  • CIPF - Consumer Protection Interest Forum

The aim of the Market Watch is  to provide up-to-date information on market developments in Nepal. It monitors price and supply conditions in rural and urban markets across Nepal.

Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
30 November 2013

The Food Security Bulletin is published on a quarterly basis by WFP. It contains an up-to-date account of the food security sitution in Nepal. Household food security is assessed based on a large household sample survey that is conducted by WFP field monitors every quarter.

Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
30 November 2012

The Market Watch is a monthly publication produced jointly by:

  • WFP - World Food Programme 
  • MoAC - Department of Agriculture, Agribusiness Promotion and Marketing Development Directorate (ABPMDD)
  • FNCCI - Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industries
  • CIPF - Consumer Protection Interest Forum

The aim of the Market Watch is  to provide up-to-date information on market developments in Nepal. It monitors price and supply conditions in rural and urban markets across Nepal.

Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
31 December 2011

The Market Watch is a monthly publication produced jointly by:

  • WFP - World Food Programme 
  • MoAC - Department of Agriculture, Agribusiness Promotion and Marketing Development Directorate (ABPMDD)
  • FNCCI - Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industries
  • CIPF - Consumer Protection Interest Forum

The aim of the Market Watch is  to provide up-to-date information on market developments in Nepal. It monitors price and supply conditions in rural and urban markets across Nepal.

Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
30 November 2011

The Food Security Bulletin is published on a quarterly basis by WFP. It contains an up-to-date account of the food security sitution in Nepal. Household food security is assessed based on a large household sample survey that is conducted by WFP field monitors every quarter.

Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
31 December 2010

The Market Watch is a monthly publication produced jointly by:

  • WFP - World Food Programme 
  • MoAC - Department of Agriculture, Agribusiness Promotion and Marketing Development Directorate (ABPMDD)
  • FNCCI - Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industries
  • CIPF - Consumer Protection Interest Forum

The aim of the Market Watch is  to provide up-to-date information on market developments in Nepal. It monitors price and supply conditions in rural and urban markets across Nepal.

Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
31 October 2010

The Food Security Bulletin is published on a quarterly basis by WFP. It contains an up-to-date account of the food security sitution in Nepal. Household food security is assessed based on a large household sample survey that is conducted by WFP field monitors every quarter.

Crop and Food Assessments, Emergency Assessments, Livelihoods, Monitoring, Droughts, Emergencies, Refugees and IDPs, Floods, Food for Assets, Food Security Analysis, General Food Distribution, NGOs, Nutrition, School Meals
25 October 2010

From 2002 to 2009, WFP has assisted Nepal  with a portfolio comprising 15 operations worth US$282 million with the aims to save lives, invest in disaster preparedness, protect and rebuild livelihoods, reduce malnutrition, improve educational outcomes and develop government capacities. 

 
This report evaluates the portfolio against three questions: i) How well did WFP position itself strategically and align with government and partner strategies? ii) How did WFP make choices and how strategic were these? and, iii) How did the portfolio perform, and what were its results?
 
The evaluation found that WFP’s portfolio was closely aligned with the Government of Nepal’s and people’s needs and that WFP made good strategic choices.  Food assistance was efficiently and effectively delivered resulting in positive outcomes for food for work/assets/training, nutrition and education interventions and general food distributions. Engaging in longer-term productive safety nets, developing an integrated lifecycle approach to nutrition, maintaining emergency response capacity, enhancing WFP’s role in policy dialogue and refining ongoing operations are recommended for the future.
 
Crop and Food Assessments, Livelihoods, Monitoring, Droughts, Emergencies, Refugees and IDPs, Floods, Food for Assets, Food Security Analysis, NGOs, Nutrition, School Meals
4 October 2010

From 2002 to 2009, WFP has assisted Nepal  with a portfolio comprising 15 operations worth US$282 million with the aims to save lives, invest in disaster preparedness, protect and rebuild livelihoods, reduce malnutrition, improve educational outcomes and develop government capacities. 

This report evaluates the portfolio against three questions: i) How well did WFP position itself strategically and align with government and partner strategies? ii) How did WFP make choices and how strategic were these? and, iii) How did the portfolio perform, and what were its results?
The evaluation found that WFP’s portfolio was closely aligned with the Government of Nepal’s and people’s needs and that WFP made good strategic choices.  Food assistance was efficiently and effectively delivered resulting in positive outcomes for food for work/assets/training, nutrition and education interventions and general food distributions. Engaging in longer-term productive safety nets, developing an integrated lifecycle approach to nutrition, maintaining emergency response capacity, enhancing WFP’s role in policy dialogue and refining ongoing operations are recommended for the future.