World Food Program
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Evaluations and Research

This report presents the main discoveries from a case study conducted in Cameroon, aimed at identifying emergent and effective practices related to the Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus (HDP Nexus). It was developed as part of a broader learning exercise undertaken by World Food Program (WFP)'s Regional Bureau in Dakar to gather up-to-date insights on HDP Nexus approaches implemented by WFP country offices in Western Africa. The findings are based on face-to-face interviews with WFP staff and external stakeholders, virtual focus groups with WFP sub-offices, and a review of relevant documents. It is intended for WFP staff members involved in designing and implementing HDP Nexus approaches, particularly those working in Western Africa. Additionally, it may be beneficial for external stakeholders engaged in humanitarian, development, and peacebuilding activities in Cameroon or similar contexts.