ASOTRY Development Food Security Activity in Madagascar
Funded by USAID's Office of Food for Peace (FFP), the five-year ASOTRY Development Food Assistance Project (DFAP) aimed to address the underlying causes of food insecurity through a focus on: 1) health and nutrition of women and children under five, 2) improved farming knowledge and practices, and 3) strengthening infrastructural resilience. ASOTRY worked in two geographic areas in southern Madagascar. The project was led by Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) in partnership with Land O’Lakes and Association Intercooperation Madagascar (AIM).
Final Performance Evaluation
This report details the findings and recommendations of the endline evaluation of the ASOTRY activity. The overall purpose of this final evaluation was to measure the development outcomes of the ASOTRY activity, specifically to: (1) provide endline estimates for population-level impact and outcome indicators, which will also serve as a point of comparison for the baseline evaluation values; and (2) provide evidence to prioritize and refine future DFSA interventions (i.e., Refine and Implement).
Final Performance Evaluation Brief
Prepared by TANGO International, this brief summarizes the results of the final evaluation, which measured ASOTRY’s development outcomes.
Final Performance Evaluation Presentation
IMPEL and USAID's Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance (BHA) gave an online presentation of the final performance evaluation for the ASOTRY DFAP where participants heard about findings and were given an opportunity to ask questions.