Resilience Results: BRACED final evaluation

  • By Jennifer Leavy, Edward Boydell, Stephen McDowell and Barbora Sladkova
  • 19/09/2018

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This report presents a synthesis of project-level final evaluations, carried out after three years of implementation of the BRACED programme. Using evidence provided by implementing partners, this report examines the following central synthesis evaluation question:

How, where, when and why do BRACED interventions work, and what can be learned/how can good practice be replicated?

By learning from projects about which approaches work and in what contexts, BRACED aims to influence policymaking and development planning in national and local governments and regional and international initiatives.

This report follows on from Making progress: BRACED at the mid-term. 

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