The Cash/Food-for-Assets (C/FFA) vision for WFP Zimbabwe country office was evolved including the following phases: � In 2010, the Cabinet approved the Food Deficit Mitigation Strategy (FDMS) which promotes, amongst others, the introduction of Public Work programme with the provision of assistance through community works and asset creation � Intensive consultation between Government, WFP, PRIZE (USAID funded programme for programme for �Promoting Recovery in Zimbabwe�), donor representatives and NGOs resulted in the joint preparation of the Operational Guidelines of the Productive Community Works programme. � Towards the end of 2010, WFP started a journey of strengthening Food for Assets (FFA) programming by engaging a team of experienced international and national consultants to engage in intensive process of consultations with relevant stakeholders for developing a framework for the implementation of the FFA � A visit in March 2011 by the senior advisor on livelihoods helped the Zimbabwe Country Office to assess possible linkages with existing programmes and assist in preparing staffing needs � In 2011, WFP piloted FFA with seven experienced NGOs partners, Care, WHH, PLAN, IOM, Save the Children, World Vision and ORAP in 8 districts across the country, to learn by doing � Between 2011 and 2012, the Ministry of Labour and Social Services with support the World Bank stared developing a comprehensive national Productive Community Works (PCW) Policy Framework that addresses broad management issues going beyond food insecurity, and including unemployment, productivity enhancement, environmental regeneration, and capacity development In the process of achieving the main objective of this evaluation, the contracted entity will be required to particularly on the following aspects � The implementation approach for food-for assets � Did the organization make use of the existing evidence and best practice in the pilot design? � Appropriateness and relevance of the intervention � Coordination and partnership arrangements from project identification through planning and implementation up to monitoring and evaluation/lessons learnt � Targeting issues as derived from needs and vulnerability analyses � The monitoring and reporting systems applied � Timeliness and appropriateness of project inputs (both food and non-food items) � Synergy effects on concentrated C\FFA asset efforts (positive and negative) � Cooperating Partner�s role � Beneficiary communities� role during and after project implementation � Operational and management issues whether these affected WFP.s ability to achieve its objectives � Gender roles in the project and other cross cutting issues � Examining results at the outcome level of food-for-assets projects and measuring progress towards achieving what was intended � Identifying any unintended effects resulting from the projects � Efficiency and effectiveness of the community level Participatory Planning (CLPP) exercise that was adopted to boost cash/food-for assets programming Jimat covered the following duties � Desk review � Data collection in beneficiary districts around Harare � Data analysis � Consolidation and report