The UNHCR/WFP Joint Principles for Targeting Assistance to Meet Food and Other Basic Needs to Persons of Concern mark a significant shift and new milestone of corporate collaboration on refugee programming, acknowledging a systematic collaboration throughout the programme cycle to ensure assistance is targeted to those most in need.
UNHCR WFP Joint Principles for Targeting Assistance to Meet Food and Other Basic Needs to Persons of Concern
- Publication type:
- Analyses assessments and case studies
- Food security analysis (VAM)
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