Through land restoration, community infrastructure construction, education promotion, better nutrition and health, and job creation for women and youth in the five Sahelian nations of Burkina Faso, Chad, Mauritania, Mali, and Niger, WFP is enhancing resilience at scale in the Sahel. Activities in over 3,200 villages benefitted 4 million people in 2023, and since 2018, Sahelians have repaired over 290,000 hectares of land. Through the application of a Resilience Monitoring and Measurement methodology, the program has demonstrated positive outcomes in a number of areas, such as food security, economic empowerment, nutrition, natural regeneration, and access to social services. It has also reduced everyday sufferings and fostered communal cohesion.