For a quick overview on the Food Purchase Program (PAA), this 2 page fact sheet describes the goals, the target audience, the coverage of the Program, amongst other topics.
The sixth publication of the WWP series on the Food Purchase Program (PAA) narrates the project’s chronological path, passing through the legislations and innovations that accompanied its development until its present form.
The fifth publication in the WWP series on the Food Purchase Program (PAA) explains the project’s institutional articulation, which maintains the formulation and drafting of guidelines centralized in the federal government, but decentralizes implementation at local level. It includes an organizational chart of the organisations involved in management.
The fourth document in the Food Purchase Program (PAA) series is particularly relevant to policy makers for detailing the operation and the financial support of the program’s purchasing modalities, such as the beneficiaries targeting and the actions of the entities involved in each one.
The third publication of the WWP series on the Food Purchase Program (PAA) serves as an introduction to the project, which has created ways to stimulate the practice of family farming through public procurement and to promote access to food for populations at risk of food insecurity. It also offers up to date data on the number of suppliers and consumers, program coverage and purchases volume.