Office of Food for Peace Learning Agenda
The product of a robust consultative process, USAID’s Office of Food for Peace (FFP) has developed a food assistance and food security programmatic learning agenda.
The learning agenda seeks to identify and reach consensus around programmatic knowledge gaps and learning opportunities that could be used to improve the design and implementation of emergency and non-emergency food security programming.
The agenda outlines six key themes (Working with Crisis-Affected Populations, Resilience, Sustained Results, Strategic Integration, Modality Choice & Effectiveness, Access, and Inclusion) that implementing partners and the wider food security community can use to identify their own priority topics.
To read the learning agenda, click here.