Growth through Nutrition conducts annual surveys among project supported Most Vulnerable Households (MVHH) to assess the changes brought about by the interventions targeting them, to inform project implementation and to monitor changes in households over time.
On the 11th of March, 2020 - Save the Children U.S finalized an internal mid-term evaluation of the project activity's overall performance using a quantitative research study and program review.
Following Growth through Nutrition's provision of agricultural inputs for 28,000 vulnerable households, the project conducted a Post Distribution Monitoring (PDM) Assessment among Year III beneficiaries who received agricultural inputs to understand the effectiveness of livelihood support, appropriateness of the targeting and distribution process, and bottlenecks or shortcomings related to agricultural input distribution. This report details the assessment findings.
Assessment on Modalities of Livestock Support Fund Provision as In-kind or Cash to Support Most Vulnerable Households in Two Pilot Districts
Conducted in the Enarji Enawuga (in Amhara - East Gojjam) and Liben Chiquala (in East Oromia – East Shewa) districts - the assessment evaluated in-kind provision and cash transfer for agricultural inputs (livestock) to determine which modality is best.
A report documenting outcomes and lessons learned from Growth through Nutrition's Adolescent nutrition SBCC Program which includes;
1. a package of SBCC print materials and skills-building games for use by in school and out-of-school adolescents, their teachers, and the parents;
2. a training package for adolescent nutrition SBCC; and
A report documenting outcomes and lessons learned from Growth through Nutrition's First 1000 Days Program which includes Enhanced Community Conversations and the use of;
1. a multi-media package of SBCC materials;
2. Home visits by Community Change Agents;
A study of key drivers and barriers to the use of WASH products and services in rural Ethiopia
The assessment aims to find driving factors and barriers to the use of three core sanitation WASH products: latrines, handwashing stations, and point-of-use (POU) water treatment technology
A feasibility study on whether to use voucher system to provide livelihood support in Growth through Nutrition Activity
Evaluation and Key Lessons on Smallholder Farmers’ Improved Chicken Supply Chain and Backyard /Local Chicken Performance
Assessment report on the performance of ENGINE’s Backyard Improved/Local Chicken implemented with smallholder farmers in the four regional states.