Last updated: 25/1/2019

Basic Information

Country
Geographic area

Programme Details

Programme objectives

To contribute towards improving beneficiaries’ agricultural productivity, access to markets, and social infrastructure. In the long term, to improve resilience capacity at the household and community levels.

References
Ravesloot, Bruce et al. 2018. “Country Portfolio Evaluation: Cambodia: An Evaluation of WFP’s Portfolio (2011-2017)”. Evaluation Report No. OEV/2017/001. Rome: World Food Programme and Tango International. <https://docs.wfp.org/api/documents/WFP-0000063702/download/?_ga=2.199665901.2128278800.1522778013-1572286657.1499355786>. Accessed 11 May 2018.
Start date
2012
References
Ravesloot, Bruce et al. 2018. “Country Portfolio Evaluation: Cambodia: An Evaluation of WFP’s Portfolio (2011-2017)”. Evaluation Report No. OEV/2017/001. Rome: World Food Programme and Tango International. <https://docs.wfp.org/api/documents/WFP-0000063702/download/?_ga=2.199665901.2128278800.1522778013-1572286657.1499355786>. Accessed 11 May 2018.
Previous programme name (if any)
Food Assistance for Assets
Coverage
28,680 households (131,928 individuals) (2015)
References
World Bank. 2018. The State of Social Safety Nets. Washington, D.C.: World Bank Group. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/427871521040513398/pdf/124300-PUB-PUBLIC.pdf>. Accessed 11 May 2018.
Programme expenditure
The programme has a financing from WFP of about USD268,644 (12 per cent of USD2,238,706—which is the budget for strategic outcome 2 detailed in the Cambodia Transitional Interim Country Strategic Plan: “poor and vulnerable communes benefit from food systems that are more resilient and responsive to seasonal and long-term shocks and stresses, particularly during the high risk season”
References
Ravesloot, Bruce et al. 2018. “Country Portfolio Evaluation: Cambodia: An Evaluation of WFP’s Portfolio (2011-2017)”. Evaluation Report No. OEV/2017/001. Rome: World Food Programme and Tango International. <https://docs.wfp.org/api/documents/WFP-0000063702/download/?_ga=2.199665901.2128278800.1522778013-1572286657.1499355786>. Accessed 11 May 2018.

Targeting and eligiblity

Targeting methods
Proxy Means Test
Geographical Targeting
Community-Based Targeting
Self-Targeting
Targeted areas
6 provinces in 2016 (7 provinces in 2018)
References
Ravesloot, Bruce et al. 2018. “Country Portfolio Evaluation: Cambodia: An Evaluation of WFP’s Portfolio (2011-2017)”. Evaluation Report No. OEV/2017/001. Rome: World Food Programme and Tango International. <https://docs.wfp.org/api/documents/WFP-0000063702/download/?_ga=2.199665901.2128278800.1522778013-1572286657.1499355786>. Accessed 11 May 2018. WFP. 2018. Cambodia Transitional Interim Country Strategic Plan (2018). Executive summary. Rome: World Food Programme. <https://docs.wfp.org/api/documents/012de5aba3d74cc29c24036271c6106b/download/?_ga=2.122905033.336149695.1511013598-415151947.1511013598>. Accessed 11 May 2018.
Target groups
Poor and disaster-affected households
Eligibility criteria
The poorest and most disaster-affected areas after the 2012 floods were selected. The poorest households registered in the IDPoor system (tiers 1 and 2) were given priority; non-IDPoor households were also eligible in case of lack of participants. Communities were also involved in the selection process through village-wide public meetings
References
Ravesloot, Bruce et al. 2018. “Country Portfolio Evaluation: Cambodia: An Evaluation of WFP’s Portfolio (2011-2017)”. Evaluation Report No. OEV/2017/001. Rome: World Food Programme and Tango International. <https://docs.wfp.org/api/documents/WFP-0000063702/download/?_ga=2.199665901.2128278800.1522778013-1572286657.1499355786>. Accessed 11 May 2018.

Coverage and other information

Type of benefits
Food (rice)
References
WFP. 2018. Cambodia Transitional Interim Country Strategic Plan (2018). Executive summary. Rome: World Food Programme. <https://docs.wfp.org/api/documents/012de5aba3d74cc29c24036271c6106b/download/?_ga=2.122905033.336149695.1511013598-415151947.1511013598>. Accessed 11 May 2018.
Payment/delivery frequency
Food is distributed twice: upon completion of 20 per cent of the project, and after project completion
References
Ravesloot, Bruce et al. 2018. “Country Portfolio Evaluation: Cambodia: An Evaluation of WFP’s Portfolio (2011-2017)”. Evaluation Report No. OEV/2017/001. Rome: World Food Programme and Tango International. <https://docs.wfp.org/api/documents/WFP-0000063702/download/?_ga=2.199665901.2128278800.1522778013-1572286657.1499355786>. Accessed 11 May 2018.
Monitoring and evaluation mechanisms and frequency
Pre- and post-activity monitoring surveys usually undertaken on a sample basis