RAIN Plus - Stories of change

23 May 2017

This report deepens our understanding of how the interventions comprising the RAIN+ project are promoting change at the individual and household level,

Mary Banda in her field in May 2014. Photo: Gareth Bentley / Concern Worldwide.
Mary Banda in her field in May 2014. Photo: Gareth Bentley / Concern Worldwide.

The ‘stories of change' will provide deep insights into how gender equality and women’s empowerment interventions are effecting change in poverty, nutrition, wellbeing and other outcomes (both positive and negative) at the level of individuals, household, relations and structures, and how incremental changes occur over time.’
The principally qualitative orientation of the research speaks to the task of understanding how change is promoted, engaged and mediated at the individual and household level, while the longitudinal nature of the study will allow us to come to grips with the processual and diachronic qualities of project-promoted changes over time.

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