Concern Worldwide's Graduation Programme in Burundi

Concern Worldwide's Graduation Programme in Burundi

03 June 2015
This briefing paper summarises the findings from a midline survey undertaken in June 2014, a year and a half after the start of the programme. It was undertaken four months after the consumption/income support phase but before the asset transfer. Findings highlight comparative differences between two intervention groups and a comparison group – households who have similar characteristics but are not participants of the programme.
This briefing paper summarises the findings from a midline survey undertaken in June 2014, a year and a half after the start of the programme. It was undertaken four months after the consumption/income support phase but before the asset transfer. Findings highlight comparative differences between two intervention groups and a comparison group – households who have similar characteristics but are not participants of the programme.

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Concern Worldwide's Graduation Programme in Burundi

This briefing paper summarises the findings from a midline survey undertaken in June 2014, a year and a half after the start of the programme. It was undertaken four months after the consumption/income support phase but before the asset transfer. Findings highlight comparative differences between two intervention groups and a comparison group – households who have similar characteristics but are not participants of the programme.