Implementation and Reporting

USAID offers a variety of resources to assist with the implementation and reporting on food assistance programs. 

Pipeline and Resource Estimate Proposal Guidance

The Pipeline and Resource Estimate Proposal (PREP) describes an awardee's food aid resource needs and activities for a food aid program over the course of the upcoming implementation year. 

Annual Results Report

The Annual Results Report (ARR) is an annual reporting requirement for current and recently closed Office of Food for Peace (FFP) awards implemented by private voluntary organizations (PVOs) during the fiscal year (FY). Awardees that receive funding from the Food for Peace Act Title II, International Disaster Assistance (IDA) account, and Community Development Funds (CDF) are required to submit ARRs. These include development food assistance projects, emergency food assistance projects, and International Food Relief Partnership (IFRP). Please refer to the ARR guidance and the associated templates for the Technical Sectors Tracking TableSAPQ Indicators, and Expenditure Report for more information. 

Close Out Guidance

The Food Aid Program Close-out Guide provides a reference for the close-out process of all USAID Office of Food for Peace (FFP) awards. See documents and links below for more information.

Food for Peace Management Information System

The Food for Peace Management Information System (FFPMIS) is a comprehensive program, proposal, and financial management system.  It was implemented by the Office of Food for Peace (FFP) to enhance the office’s program management and reporting capabilities.  It provides a collaborative environment for both FFP and its partners to manage activities and programs. For FFPMIS resources, please visit the FFPMIS Partner Info Site

Food for Peace Indicators

USAID’s Office of Food for Peace (FFP) has revised the list of indicators for Title II programs, effective January 13, 2015. The list of Title II indicators includes indicators for baseline, final evaluation, and annual monitoring. All Title II programs awarded starting in FY 2012 should reference this list to determine the indicators for which they are accountable. 

Last updated: January 21, 2015

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