Endline Report - PROSHAR Quantitative Final Program Performance Evaluation

Since May 2010, ACDI-VOCA has been implementing the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-supported Title II Program for Strengthening Household Access to Resources (PROSHAR) project in three upazilas; Batighata, Lohagara and Sarankhola in Khulna Division of Bangladesh.


Sectoral Synthesis of 2013–2014 Evaluation Findings

The E3 Sectoral Synthesis of 2013-2014 Evaluation Findings is an in-depth review of 117 evaluations published between January 2013 and September 2014 of projects related to E3 technical sectors. This study builds upon the success of the E3 Sectoral Synthesis of 2012 Evaluation Findings by reviewing evaluations against more detailed criteria related to technical and sectoral lessons learned, as well as adding a structured review of the quality of the evaluation reports.


Briefing Note - E3 Sectoral Synthesis of 2013-2014 Evaluation Findings

This briefing note summaries an in-depth review, produced by USAID’s Bureau for Economic Growth, Education and Environment (E3), which follows a previous E3 study of 2012 evaluation findings. The review is examines evaluations completed between January 2013 and September 2014 that were related to E3 technical sectors. The E3 Sectoral Synthesis is intended to disseminate knowledge gained from evaluation in order to inform and improve future programming and project designs,as well as generate lessons learned to improve the quality of future evaluations.


Partnership for Advancing Community-based Services

The USAID Partnership for Advancing Community Based Services( PACS) Activity is designed to provide technical and operational support to the Government of Liberia’s Ministries of Health (MOH), Public Works (MPW), and Gender, Child and Social Protection, as well as civil society organizations (CSOs), to deliver high quality community health and social welfare services. The specific objectives of the activity are to:


Productive Safety Net Program Graduation with Resilience to Sustainable Development

PSNP-GRAD seeked to bring change on multiple levels including: economic opportunities, financial services, agricultural extension services, women’s resiliency, nutritional status, and climate change resiliency, while creating a sustainable environment that is collaborative and inclusive for participants, in order to graduate families out of social assistance programs, and create long term food security for communities in Ethiopia.


Empowering New Generations to Improve Nutrition and Economic Opportunities

A major part of ENGINE’s technical assistance work was to promote nutrition-sensitive agriculture techniques and livestock management to increase production and consumption of diverse foods (e.g., homestead production of horticultural crops and livestock such as chicken, demonstration of agronomic practices and preparation of diversified foods at farmers training centers and schools, and public-private partnership to avail high productive chicken).