Evaluating the results of BRACED projects in Ethiopia, Myanmar and Niger

  • By Dave Wilson, Gil Yaron and Christophe Béné
  • 26/09/2018

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Understanding the extent to which BRACED projects are able to strengthen the resilience of the households, communities and organisations they work with is critical to ensuring that successful approaches are scaled and replicated. To address this, the BRACED Knowledge Manager has been working with three of the 15 BRACED projects: SUR1M (Niger), Myanmar Alliance and Market Approaches to Resilience (MAR, Ethiopia). Evaluations were designed and implemented to determine the extent to which household resilience has changed as a result of the project interventions, which interventions worked or failed to work, for whom and why.

This report summarises the results of these three different country-level evaluations. The three country-level evaluations can be found below:

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