food security

Evaluation

Partnerships for Innovation and Knowledge in Agriculture - Final Evaluation Annexes

USAID/India’s Partnership for Innovation and Knowledge in Agriculture (PIKA) program aims to increase small-farmer incomes by leveraging public-private partnerships (PPP)3 TABLE 2. PIKA PROJECTS to develop and disseminate technologies and practices that will increase productivity and foster more effective market linkages for Indian agricultural producers and processors.

Evaluation

Partnerships for Innovation and Knowledge in Agriculture (PIKA): Final Evaluation

USAID/India’s Partnership for Innovation and Knowledge in Agriculture (PIKA) program aims to increase small-farmer incomes by leveraging public-private partnerships (PPP) to develop and disseminate technologies and practices that will increase productivity and foster more effective market linkages for Indian agricultural producers and processors.

 

Evaluation

Jibon o Jibika Program End-line Survey Report

Save the Children USA (SC) was awarded a Title II Development Assistance Program that promotes food security in three highly vulnerable southern coastal districts of Barisal, Bhola and Patuakhali. This program is entitled Jibon o Jibika (JoJ)4 and is being implemented in Bangladesh in collaboration with Helen Keller International, the NGO Forum for Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation, the Cyclone Preparedness Programme of the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society and 14 local NGO partners. The program implements activities in 13 upazilas of these districts.

Evaluation

Jibon o Jibika (Life and Livelihoods) - Final Evaluation Report

Save the Children USA (SC) commissioned TANGO International to conduct a final evaluation of its Title II Development Assistance Program (DAP), Jibon o Jibika1 . This program is being implemented in Bangladesh in collaboration with Helen Keller International (HKI), the NGO Forum for Water and Sanitation, the Cyclone Preparedness Programme (CPP) of the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society and 14 local NGO partners with offices in Barisal Division, Bangladesh. This report presents the findings of this final evaluation.

Website

SDG Knowledge Hub

The SDG Knowledge Hub is an online resource center for news and commentary regarding the implementation of the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, including all 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Report

Safeguarding the World's Water Report FY 2015

Safeguarding the World's Water for Fiscal Year 2015 describes a wide range of programs consistent with USAID's Water and Development Strategy’s focus on maintaining human health and growing food through water. It is organized by region and shares Fiscal Year 2015 achievements and investments as well as illustrative examples of country-specific programs related to these key issues and other Agency priorities.

Evaluation

Multi-Stakeholder Evaluation of Agriculture and Livestock Value Chain Activities in Kenya

The Kenya Development Partners have committed themselves to aligning their support for agricultural sector projects and programs behind a country-led plan, and to developing a common framework for monitoring and evaluation (M&E). They are interested in learning from one another’s experiences with value chain interventions, determining what design and implementation approaches are working or have worked in Kenya, and understanding why those approaches have been successful.

Evaluation

USAID Office of Agriculture Commercial Horticulture and Agricultural Marketing Program Mid-Term Evaluation

The Commercial Horticulture and Agricultural Marketing Program (CHAMP), implemented by Roots of Peace (ROP), is a four-year, $30.4 million activity to assist Afghan farmers to shift to higher value perennial horticulture crops by providing orchard development, vineyard trellising, and marketing to link producers to merchants for both import substitution and exports. Key to all components of CHAMP is the fact that all beneficiaries provide cost-sharing payments, typically 25% of costs, to build long term ownership and buy-in of the farmers, women and traders.

Evaluation

Community Development Program - Final Performance Evaluation

From March 2009 to September 2013, the Central Asian Development Group (CADG) implemented hundreds of labor-intensive infrastructure projects in some of the most insecure areas of Afghanistan under a cooperative agreement with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The Community Development Program (CDP), which changed names over the years, represented one of USAID’s longest-running stabilization efforts in Afghanistan. With a ceiling of approximately $266 million, it was also one of the greatest investments.