Impact evaluation report 66

General equilibrium impact assessment of the Productive Safety Net Program in Ethiopia

Impact evaluation report 66

Mateusz Filipski, J Edward Taylor, Getachew Ahmed Abegaz, Tadele Ferede, Alemayehu Seyoum and Taffesse Xinshen Diao

The Productive Safety Net Program was launched in 2005 to fight chronic food security issues in Ethiopia. The program falls under the work-for-food category where community members receive cash transfers in lieu of working on projects. The study evaluates the impacts of these community programs beyond the beneficiary households, by using the local economy-wide impact evaluation(LEWIE) model.

IE102 Uganda

Increasing HIV self-testing and linkage to care for partners of women in antenatal care in Uganda

Impact evaluation 3ie 2019
This is an impact evaluation report on a programme in Uganda to increase HIV self-testing by having pregnant women in antenatal care deliver oral HIV self-testing kits to their male partners at home.

Improving the quality of care for children with acute malnutrition in Uganda

Improving the quality of care for children with acute malnutrition in Uganda

Impact evaluation 3ie 2019
The study evaluated the impact of supportive supervision for health staff and whether it improved health outcomes of malnourished children.

IE100 Pakistan

Impacts of increasing community resilience through humanitarian aid in Pakistan

Impact evaluation 3ie 2019
In this impact evaluation report, authors evaluated a humanitarian aid package aimed at building resilience of local communities and enhancing recovery and coping capacities.

IE99

Impacts of community monitoring of socio-environmental liabilities in the Ecuadorian and Peruvian Amazon

Impact evaluation 3ie 2019
In this impact evaluation report, authors evaluated a technology-enabled community intervention to enhance local communities’ detection, monitoring and reporting capabilities, and their ability to stake socio-environmental claims that result in adequate compensation.

Increasing HIV testing demand among Kenyan truck drivers and female sex workers

Increasing HIV testing demand among Kenyan truck drivers and female sex workers

Impact evaluation 3ie 2019
In this impact evaluation report, authors evaluated whether making HIV self-test kits available as a testing option at North Star Alliance roadside wellness clinics in Kenya.