Independent Evaluation of DFAT’s Investment to the World Food Programme for Supporting Vulnerable Communities in Cox’s Bazar and management response
Summary of publication
Australia supports the World Food Programme (WFP) Bangladesh to provide food security and nutrition interventions for Rohingya refugees in camps in Cox's Bazar and economic and social empowerment and food security support to ultra-poor households in three disadvantaged and refugee-hosting sub-districts. The purpose of this evaluation is to assess the effectiveness of WFP operations in Cox's Bazar and inform future funding and partnership management decisions between DFAT and WFP at the country level. The evaluation took place in Bangladesh, specifically in the program locations in Cox's Bazar and Dhaka and was completed in April 2018.
The management response outlines planned actions by DFAT and the World Food Program Bangladesh in response to the independent evaluation of DFAT's support to World Food Program operations in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.