The countries in the Sahel region remain among the poorest in the world while also being highly vulnerable to shocks. During the last fiscal year, climate change, the fallouts of the war in Ukraine, increased violence and fragility, and the ongoing effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic overlapped, aggravating food insecurity during the worst lean season in 10 years and leading to acute malnutrition for 1.3 million children. The Sahel Adaptive Social Protection Program (SASPP) supports six Sahelian countries in building adaptive social protection systems to help vulnerable households in Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, and Senegal – adapt to the impacts of climate change and other shocks. This annual report highlights the progress and results of the SASPP achieved during FY22.