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Mid-term Assessment of WFP’s Programme on Support to Livelihood Activities, 2010-11, UNWFP

Brief about the project:The study was conducted to assess the progress of the Cash-cum-food-for work (CFFW) activities under the livelihood support programme of WFP which supports food insecure households in remote tribal areas and the extent to which intended benefits have reached the target groups. It also assessed the extent to which programme covered the target groups like poorest and most vulnerable including women and other marginalized social groups, the percentage of household expenditure on food and to look at contributing factors such as asset creation, non-farm income generation, indebtedness and migration. Preparation of Food Consumption Score, Household Asset Score and Disaster Preparedness Index were also the key component of study.The study was carried out in Orissa and Jharkhand. The sample size of each of the states consisted of 1150 households.