Reports

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Impact Evaluation of the SADA Millennium Villages Project in Northern Ghana Annex C: Endline Reality Check Approach

December 2017

Dee Jupp

The endline Reality Check Approach (RCA) was conducted as the last of the monitoring and evaluation elements of the Independent Impact Evaluation of the Millennium Villages Project (MVP) commissioned by the UK Department for International Development (DFID). It was undertaken in July 2017, six …

Impact Evaluation of the SADA Millennium Villages Project in Northern Ghana Annex D: Institutional Assessment

January 2018

Tony Dogbe with Ian Apam, Kamil Abdul Salam and Salifu Mohammed Taufique

The independent evaluation of the Millennium Village Project (MVP) in northern Ghana is based on quantitative and qualitative data that was collected in three stages of the project: baseline, midline and endline. For the institutional study, the baseline aimed to understand the institutional and …

Impact Evaluation of the SADA Millennium Villages Project in Northern Ghana Annex E: Financing of the Millennium Villages Project (by sector)

April 2018

Arnab Acharya, edited by Thomas Hilton

This annex sets out the detailed finances of the Millennium Villages Project by sector and sub-sector. The analysis here supplements the cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA) chapter of the main report (Chapter 11).

Impact Evaluation of the SADA Millennium Villages Project in Northern Ghana Annex F: Causal Chain Analysis

December 2017

Kelsy Nelson, Rachel Eager, Chris Barnett, Tony Dogbe, Dee Jupp, David Korboe and Edoardo Masset

The independent evaluation of the Millennium Village Project (MVP) in northern Ghana is based on quantitative and qualitative data that was collected in three stages of the project: baseline, midline and endline.

Routes to Resilience: Insights from BRACED final year

August 2018

Paula Silva Villanueva, Ruth Phillips Itty, Vicky Sword-Daniels

After three years of implementation, this paper presents a synthesis of the Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters (BRACED) project final annual reports.

Evaluation of The Hewlett Foundation’s Strategy to Apply Human-Centred Design to Improve Family Planning and Reproductive Health in Sub-Saharan Africa

November 2017

Rebecca Calder, Tim Shorten, Stefanie Wallach, Jon Cooper and Emma Mulhern

Since 2013, the Hewlett Foundation (the Foundation) has supported IDEO.org and Marie Stopes International (MSI) to apply Human-Centred Design (HCD) to improve family planning (FP) and reproductive health (RH) services for adolescent girls in sub-Saharan Africa.

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