Armenia

WFP Armenia Annual Country Report 2021 Highlights

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Overview

Under the framework of the 2019-2024 Country Strategic Plan (CSP), which aligns with the Government of Armenia’s strategic development agenda, WFP continued to implement its crisis response that began in 2020, while expanding its development portfolio and strengthening social protection. WFP built on its strong partnership with the Government to support crisis-affected populations, enhance the development of human capital, the improvement of health and the promotion of sustainable economic growth that benefits the whole population.

  • In 2021 WFP continued to implement its crisis response that began in 2020, while expanding its development portfolio and strengthening social protection.

  • WFP delivered a gender-sensitive and inclusive national school feeding programme, while addressing underlying drivers of food insecurity and malnutrition.

  • To improve the nutritional quality of school meals, WFP has adapted school agriculture activities around a transformative school feeding model.

  • WFP continued to support the Government’s emergency preparedness efforts, with consideration of the specific needs and requirements of the most vulnerable and provided on demand service provision to the Government and partners to ensure vulnerable populations benefited from food security logistics coordination and information management.

  • WFP conducted widespread vulnerability analyses to monitor food security levels and capture the emerging needs, extending its support to the most food insecure Armenians and displaced persons.