"Maximising rural communities' livelihood options" programme: 2013 Final Evaluation

"Maximising rural communities' livelihood options" programme: 2013 Final Evaluation

15 April 2014

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.

The overall objective of this project was to contribute to the achievement of Millennium Development Goal 1 (to “Eradicate Extreme Poverty and Hunger”) and to improve food security in Burundi, Ethiopia and Tanzania. The Specific Objective was to “improve livelihoods and empowerment of poor farmers in decentralised decision-making processes” by achieving the following project results:

  • strengthening “local government structures to manage, regulate and coordinate local development”;
  • diversifying “livelihoods for farmers through working with local institutions and the private sector”;
  • increasing “involvement of non-state actors in key planning processes”.

 

 

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"Maximising rural communities' livelihood options" programme: 2013 Final Evaluation

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).
  • Maximising rural communities livelihood options programme - 2013 final evaluation