Baseline report for the impact evaluation of DFID’s BRACE programme, South Sudan

June 23, 2014

BRACE reportAs REACH consortium partners, ACTED and IMPACT Initiatives have just released the quasi-experimental baseline report for the impact evaluation of the Building Resilience through Asset Creation and Enhancement (BRACE) programme of the UK Department for International Development (DFID). BRACE programme provides food and cash transfers to households, while building skills, physical assets and knowledge, with the aim of strengthening household and community resilience. This study covers Western Bahr el Ghazal and Upper Nile states in South Sudan and is based on data collected during the dry season, between April and June 2013. The baseline data collection and analysis was conducted by IMPACT Initiatives in partnership with ACTED – within the framework of their collaboration in the REACH initiative. This dry season baseline for Upper Nile and Western Bahr el Ghazal States is the first step in a quasi-experimental study aiming to evaluate impact of World Food Programme (WFP) Food for Asset (FFA) projects that are funded through the DFID BRACE Programme. Read more