New! ACTED

Monitoring des Destributions Alimentaires

[PDF 1.1Mb]

New! FRP NGO Mapping Application

NGO Mapping Application End-user Document v1.1 [PDF 4.4Mb]
NGO Registration and Mapping Tool

New! Food and Cash for Work

Government HIMO Guide [Word 240.5Kb]
Project Validation Process Explained [Word 34Kb]
Budget Format [Xls 36.5Kb]
Fiche de Preséntation de Projets [Word 159Kb]

New! School Feeding

Contact Table [xls 29Kb]

Latest FC Meeting Minutes

July 05, 2010 [Word 15Kb]

Latest Emergency Sitrep

08/11 March 2010 [Word 474Kb]

Emergency Response

Draft Food Cluster Food Assistance Strategy - 25 February 2010 [Word 95.5Kb]

 


Food Cluster Meeting, Logbase, Port-au-Prince new schedule:

Mondays 10:30 - 11:30hrs

Venue unchanged (OCHA meetings tent, Logbase, Port-au-Prince).


 

 

NGOs - Who, What, Where?

Map your Distribution Sites online.
Food Cluster offers NGOs the possibility of automatically adding their distribution sites to an online map of Haiti.  Read this simple step-by-step guide to find out how.

Email WFP Programmes in Haiti:

haiti.fcfw@wfp.org (Food/Cash For Work)
haiti.institutefeeding@wfp.org (Institutional Feeding)
haiti.nutrition@wfp.org (Nutrition)
haiti.schoolmeals@wfp.org (School Meals)

Email WFP Operations in Haiti:

haiti.operations@wfp.org

 Cluster Website Links

  Agriculture
  Camp Coordination Management
  Early Recovery
  Education
  Emergency Telecommunications
  Health
  HEWS
  IRIN News
  Logistics Cluster Hait
  Nutrition
  One Response Haiti
  Protection
  Relief Web
  Shelter
  The IHP-spirit at Camp Charlie
  WASH Cluster for Haiti
  Wash Response
  Water and Sanitation
  WFP EP Web

The Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) is the primary mechanism for inter-agency coordination of humanitarian assistance. It is a unique forum involving the key UN and non-UN humanitarian partners.

WFP is leading the Food Aid Cluster and is responsible for the food distribution in Haiti

The cluster approach was first set out in a Humanitarian Response Review (HRR) paper commissioned by the UN. The basic premise was that accountability, predictability and reliability could be improved by identifying organisational leaders for areas in which there was an identified gap in humanitarian response. These organisations would then be responsible for specific areas, or clusters

Food Information: What we Distribute and Why

The World Food Programme and its partners are dealing with all aspects of food quality and safety from food purchase, storage, transportation, processing and distribution. One important element of our work is ensuring that food supplies are safe, of good quality and can contribute to an acceptable nutritional and health status for all population groups. Food Quality Control is linked to improvement in the health of the population, potential for a country's economic development and reduction of spoilage and food losses.
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