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Anne-Marie Mayer PhD presents an in-depth analysis of the conservation agriculture supported by Concern Worldwide in Central and Western Zambia.

Conservation agriculture is an agricultural system that has been supported by Concern in Zambia for over two decades. The method has been shown to increase productivity, build resilience and protect the soil.

Concern has conducted or commissioned hundreds of evaluations of its emergency programmes – these have been shared with donors, governments, the UN, beneficiaries, and partners.

Much has been learnt in the years since the Rwandan genocide. Senior humanitarian advisor with Concern Worldwide, Ros O'Sullivan, talks about the lessons that have paved the way for more accountable and responsible action by the international community. 

Concern Worldwide has been working in Burundi, where we have been overseeing a child survivial project in Mabayi. This is the evaluation of the project.

Concern Worldwide has been maximizing rural communities’ livelihood options through engagement between non-state actors, government and the private sector ( also known as the Farming Together Programme). This is the evaluation of the project.

Concern Worldwide has been working in Malawi on a community-based therapeutic care project. This is our evaluation of the project.

Concern Worldwide has been working on a project to strengthen local responses to HIV and AIDS in Orissa, India. This is our evaluation of the project.

Concern Worldwide has been working on an emergency response project in Masisi, DRC. This is the evaluation of the project.

Concern Worldwide has been piloting a scheme for the community-based management of malnutrition. This is the evaluation.