impact evaluation

Resource Collection

Evaluations

Relevant and high-quality monitoring and evaluation is an important tool to track the progress, results, and effectiveness of international development programs. Evaluation can help explain why programs are succeeding or failing, and provide recommendations for how best to adapt to improve performance. This collection contains reports and briefs that evaluate a range USAID water, sanitation, and hygiene activities.

Also check out USAID's Ex-Post Evaluation series.

Evaluation

Impact of Water Users Associations on Water and Land Productivity, Equity and Food Security in Tajikistan: Final Report Volume I

This report provides a summary and synthesis of a series of impact evaluation findings undertaken from 2014 to 2018 by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI). A key focus of this evaluation is to assess the impact that these WUAs have had on the management and productivity of irrigation water and land resources, as well as on equity and food security in Tajikistan.

Evaluation

Evaluation of the Ghana Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Program

The USAID Ghana Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (GWASH) program is implemented under a 4-year, $13.2M cooperative agreement between the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Relief International (RI) that began in mid-December 2009. RI partnered with the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Ghana for latrine construction, and with Winrock International (WI), for the community organization and behavior change component, to implement GWASH.

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Bangladesh: Smiling Sun Franchise Program Impact Evaluation Report

The Bangladesh Smiling Sun Franchise Program (BSSFP) is a United States Agency for International Development (USAID)/Bangladesh funded health care delivery program providing a package of essential health services through a network of local non-governmental organizations (NGOs). It is a continuation of the NGO Service Delivery Program (NSDP), which had been in place in various forms since the late 1990s.