The project goal is to enhance the monitoring mechanism and to minimize the risk of remote project management that the WFP carries out for its projects in Libya. To collect information about the activity and share it with the partner, TPM requires making visits to activities, sites, or individuals and using data collection forms. Data gathering can be done using a variety of electronic or conventional techniques and can be based on the observations of the enumerators or the feedback they get from conducting individual interviews.
It is common for the Moomken team also to handle data processing and analysis, which may include partner performance evaluation, site suitability, and feedback classification in the context of the activity. The process’s final and most crucial step is reporting on findings or summarizing the visits, where activities are thoroughly described for the partners to evaluate and archive.
Conducting site visits for WFP
GFA (General Food Assistance)
Aims to ensure food security for families across Libyan cities. This type of assistance targets beneficiaries based on current need assessments and livelihood studies conducted frequently and provides parcels of food commodities to address food insecurity for its beneficiaries.
School Feeding (Date Bars)
WFP, and the Ministry of Education collaborated to begin the nutrition-conscious school feeding program in 2019, aiming to reach 70,000 schoolchildren after the recent expansion of the project. The National School Feeding Initiative, which aims to feed all Libyan kids, is also being launched through the WFP providing technical assistance to the Ministry. Through a contract with the government, WFP started a central kitchen project in 2022 to supply wholesome school lunches in Benghazi. The initiative, which offers a range of social services as well, will soon be expanding into Tawergha.
RTEM - UNHCR (Ready-To-Eat Meals)
WFP has been working on the creation. When an emergency first arises, it may not be acceptable to give basic WFP items like grain, pulses, and oil because these items need to be cooked and the facilities for so are frequently destroyed in a disaster or left behind when people are forced to flee. WFP finds vendors who can provide items that can be consumed directly to assist refugees and migrants in Libya who have not yet found stability in their stay.
CBT (Cash-Based Transfers)
Is a type of food assistance that allows the beneficiaries to buy food in the market and be in charge of key decisions that affect their lives. Cash-Based Transfers are part of an integrated solution to enable WFP to respond faster to the needs of the people it serves. Using the latest technology available, they bring flexibility and agility to traditional assistance. CBT activity can be broken down into three sub-activities: card distributions, cash -distributions, food redemption at the shops, Moomken monitoring visits for the electronic cards and certificates distributions, and food entitlement redemption activities.