Pacific Fisheries for Food Security Program: Independent mid-term review
Summary of publication
This document is an independent evaluation of the Pacific Fisheries for Food Security Program.
The Pacific Fisheries for Food Security Program (PFFSP) was initiated in November 2010 to support the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) to deliver priority food security projects across the Pacific Islands region, through its Division of Fisheries Aquaculture and Marine Ecosystems (FAME). The Program content was developed by SPC – FAME in two phases comprising four and three Components respectively. Funding was budgeted over a four year period for each Component within the Program.
The mid-term review started in August 2013, and the field work took place over the period 8-28 September. The field work involved interviews with SPC staff along with SPC member representatives in New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Kiribati and Samoa (in the order visited).
The Program was evaluated across a set of standard criteria, and ratings provided for selected criteria using a standard scale.