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Evaluation of Improved Global Governance for Hunger Reduction Programme

27/05/2016

This evaluation assessed the catalytic role of the Improved Global Governance for Hunger Reduction programme and its overall contribution to enhanced, coordinated and informed food security and nutrition governance at the global, regional and national levels. It found that the programme has been very successful and has accomplished a great deal in four years. It has helped create synergies between FAO priorities and the EU development agenda in many ways. At the regional level, it has supported integration of nutrition into national agriculture sector investment plans in Africa linkage of the scaling up nutrition multi-sectoral process with national policies. At the country level, tools developed with support of the programme are being used to improve the evidence base for nutrition in agriculture. The evaluation notes that coherence of the programme is less evident at the country level and that government follow-up in the 48 countries covered has not been as systematic as expected. It recommends strengthening of the civil society mechanism of the Committee on World Food Security through more inclusive and more systematic representation and consultations. It advises FAO to intensify efforts in harmonising its resilience measurement approaches focusing on food and nutrition outcomes.

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