Programme objectives

To provide food assistance to people who are food-insecure as a result of the conflict in Libya

References
WFP. 2016 Assistance to people affected by the crisis in Libya. Standard Project Report 2016. Rome: World Food Programme. Accessed 24 September 2017. <https:// docs.wfp.org/api/documents/140cca0823df4acc9fccc3677f383da9/download/>.
Country
Geographic area
Previous programme name (if any)
 
Start date
2016
References
WFP. 2016 Assistance to people affected by the crisis in Libya. Standard Project Report 2016. Rome: World Food Programme. Accessed 24 September 2017. <https:// docs.wfp.org/api/documents/140cca0823df4acc9fccc3677f383da9/download/>.
Programme components
Conditionalities (if any)
 
Contribution type and amount
 
Targeting methods
Means Test
Categorical Targeting
References
WFP. 2015. Assistance to People Affected by the Crisis in Libya. Operation Document. Rome: World Food Programme. Accessed 13 September 2017.<http://documents.wfp.org/stellent/groups/internal/documents/projects/wfp280663.pdf?_ga=2.179795876.1830937796.1505312013-1085628042.1505312013>.
Targeted areas
Eastern and western Libya
References
WFP. 2016 Assistance to people affected by the crisis in Libya. Standard Project Report 2016. Rome: World Food Programme. Accessed 24 September 2017. <https:// docs.wfp.org/api/documents/140cca0823df4acc9fccc3677f383da9/download/>.
Target groups
Food-insecure population (210,000 people according to the 2015 Libya Multi-Sectoral Needs Assessment (MSNA), including IDPs, host communities and refugees/asylum-seekers)
References
WFP. 2015. Assistance to People Affected by the Crisis in Libya. Operation Document. Rome: World Food Programme. Accessed 13 September 2017.<http://documents.wfp.org/stellent/groups/internal/documents/projects/wfp280663.pdf?_ga=2.179795876.1830937796.1505312013-1085628042.1505312013>.
Eligibility criteria
Those identified as most food-insecure according to the MSNA; priority is given to: IDP households that have recently been displaced; IDP households that have been displaced more than once during the year; female-headed families of IDPs without regular or stable income; large families of IDPs without regular or stable income, including families that have individuals with special needs or a long illness; refugees and asylum-seekers (due to limited/no access to assistance); vulnerable host communities, and non-displaced population with acute food needs
References
WFP. 2015. Assistance to People Affected by the Crisis in Libya. Operation Document. Rome: World Food Programme. Accessed 13 September 2017.<http://documents.wfp.org/stellent/groups/internal/documents/projects/wfp280663.pdf?_ga=2.179795876.1830937796.1505312013-1085628042.1505312013>.
Eligibility reassessment (if any)
 
Type of benefits
In-kind in the form of food
References
WFP. 2016 Assistance to people affected by the crisis in Libya. Standard Project Report 2016. Rome: World Food Programme. Accessed 24 September 2017. <https://docs.wfp.org/api/documents/140cca0823df4acc9fccc3677f383da9/download/>.
Amount of benefits
Two parcels per month, enough to feed five people for one month, provide 75 per cent (1,560 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day of enriched pasta, rice, chickpeas, tomato paste, fortified vegetable oil and sugar
References
WFP. 2016 Assistance to people affected by the crisis in Libya. Standard Project Report 2016. Rome: World Food Programme. Accessed 24 September 2017. <https://docs.wfp.org/api/documents/140cca0823df4acc9fccc3677f383da9/download/>.
Payment/delivery frequency
Two parcels monthly
References
WFP. 2016 Assistance to people affected by the crisis in Libya. Standard Project Report 2016. Rome: World Food Programme. Accessed 24 September 2017. <https://docs.wfp.org/api/documents/140cca0823df4acc9fccc3677f383da9/download/>.
Benefit delivery mechanism
Food is purchased in Turkey; transportation, loading, unloading, storage, handling, inspection and dispatch are ensured by locally based companies under the supervision of the WFP
References
WFP. 2016 Assistance to people affected by the crisis in Libya. Standard Project Report 2016. Rome: World Food Programme. Accessed 24 September 2017. <https://docs.wfp.org/api/documents/140cca0823df4acc9fccc3677f383da9/download/>.
Benefit recipients
 
Minimum and maximum duration of benefits (if any)
 
Coverage
113,485 beneficiaries in 2016; 26,807 children under 5 years and 30,921 aged 5–17 years in 2016
References
WFP. 2016 Assistance to people affected by the crisis in Libya. Standard Project Report 2016. Rome: World Food Programme. Accessed 24 September 2017. <https://docs.wfp.org/api/documents/140cca0823df4acc9fccc3677f383da9/download/>.
Programme expenditure
Budget for the project in 2016-2017: USD54,737,031 (of which USD47,582,133 is for food and related costs)
References
WFP. 2016 Assistance to people affected by the crisis in Libya. Standard Project Report 2016. Rome: World Food Programme. Accessed 24 September 2017. <https://docs.wfp.org/api/documents/140cca0823df4acc9fccc3677f383da9/download/>.
Institutions and agencies involved
WFP; should all parties agree to the proposed Libyan Political Accord and form a unity government, the WFP will explore the possibility of a transition from general food distribution into a cash and voucher scheme for the most vulnerable households, which would eventually be integrated into a revived national social safety net and Public Distribution System
References
WFP. 2015. Assistance to People Affected by the Crisis in Libya. Operation Document. Rome: World Food Programme. Accessed 13 September 2017. <http://documents.wfp.org/stellent/groups/internal/documents/projects/wfp280663.pdf?_ga=2.179795876.1830937796.1505312013-1085628042.1505312013>.
Monitoring and evaluation mechanisms and frequency
A third-party monitor verifies the targeting and distribution processes; a hotline is in place for beneficiaries to provide feedback; post-distribution monitoring is also conducted to analyse beneficiaries’ food consumption
References
WFP. 2015. Assistance to People Affected by the Crisis in Libya. Operation Document. Rome: World Food Programme. Accessed 13 September 2017. <http://documents.wfp.org/stellent/groups/internal/documents/projects/wfp280663.pdf?_ga=2.179795876.1830937796.1505312013-1085628042.1505312013>.