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Formative evaluation of World Food Programme’s Livelihoods Programme, Karamoja, Uganda: Final Report

Formative evaluation of World Food Programme’s Livelihoods Programme, Karamoja, Uganda: Final Report
By Joseph Barnes, Julian Gayfer, Mary Jennings, Agnes Kayondo July 2012

The purpose of this evaluation is to provide an independent assessment on the merit and worth of the World Food Programme’s (WFP) strategy on livelihoods recovery in Karamoja1. The object of the evaluation is the DFID funded WFP Livelihood Programme (2010 -2013); an element of the Government of Uganda (GoU) led second Northern Uganda Social Action Fund (NUSAF 2). This formative evaluation looks at the effectiveness, efficiency, relevance and the sustainability of the approaches that have been adopted by WFP and its partners.