Evaluation of the 'Climate Resilience of Rural Families' Project in Nicaragua

Lattanzio KIBS alongside the World Food Program (WFP) in the evaluation of the 'Climate Resilience of Rural Households' project, developed in the so-called Central American Corredor Seco. This is, in fact, a particularly fragile region, characterized by a rainfall deficit that has caused irreversible losses in agriculture and, as a result, widening gaps in inequality.
It is in this context that the Project under evaluation, in response to one of WFP's priorities, intervened to support local communities in order to improve climate risk management and adaptive capacity.  

In detail

The main objective of the evaluation activity was to verify the results achieved by the Project and, in particular, to identify the contribution made by WFP. In fact, the team of experts, adopting a systems approach, led to the definition of the Project's Theory of Change (ToC), aimed at identifying the rationale for WFP's action in Corredor Seco.

Project Pluses

The evaluation team, also participating in a final dissemination phase with stakeholders, provided elements to guide WFP's decision-making, operational, and strategic process regarding the implementation of the project until 2024 and the next phase of the National Strategic Plan.

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