Millennium Villages Project in Northern Ghana
Impact Evaluation Final Report
BRACED final evaluation report
Improving adolescent girls' access to and demand for modern contraception
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Independent Monitoring and Verification Services for Sanitation, Water and Hygiene for the Rural Poor (ASWA II), UNICEF Component
2018; UNICEF; DFID; Bangladesh; Burma (Myanmar); Cambodia; Eritrea; Haiti; Madagascar; Nepal; Niger; Pakistan; South Sudan
Accelerating Sanitation, Hygiene and Water for All (ASWA II) is a DFID-funded programme that aims to achieve sustained access to basic sanitation and safe water supplies, as well as the long-term adoption of hygiene practices, across 10 focus countries (Bangladesh, Burma, Cambodia, Eritrea, Haiti, Madagascar, Nepal, Niger, Pakistan and South Sudan).
Can football tackle violence against women and girls?
Over the years, there has been steadily growing interest in the idea that sport can make a difference in development, beyond the obvious benefits to health and wellbeing. Worldwide, hundreds…
Statement on the impact evaluation of the Millennium Villages Project
An independent impact evaluation of a Millennium Villages Project (MVP) covering 35 villages in Northern Ghana was led by Itad in partnership with the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) and…