WFP will shift its focus from crisis response to early recovery and resilience building.
WFP transfers will be incorporated into a shock-responsive social protection system alongside the safety nets of the Government and other agencies, using a gender-transformative approach.
WFP will support the Government in strengthening national supply chains, especially those related to emergency preparedness and
disaster risk reduction, smallholder farmers, cash-based transfers (CBTs) and the provision of services on demand.
Multi-year, multisector interventions including school feeding, nutrition, asset creation, livelihood and climate adaptation activities will be implemented in the same communities in targeted "communes de résilience" with a view to helping them prepare for, respond to and recover from climate shocks through effective risk management.
Nutrition-specific and nutrition-sensitive interventions will be aimed at addressing the underlying causes of malnutrition in line with the Ministry of Public Health’s programme for reducing childhood stunting in partnership with the World Bank.