Baseline Study of the Maharo Resilience Food Security Activity (RFSA) in Madagascar
This report captures baseline (BL) round data and observations collected from February to March 2021 of the Maharo Resilience Food Security Activity (RFSA) that is being implemented by Catholic Relief Services (CRS) in southern Madagascar. This activity attempts to address and mitigate acute levels of food insecurity experienced by communities in this region of Madagascar. Apart from general demographics, study indicators include food security; child nutrition and health; women’s maternal nutrition and reproductive health; water, sanitation, and hygiene practice; agricultural practice and production; poverty measurement; gender dynamics; and resilience. A complementary endline (EL) survey is anticipated to be conducted from February to March of 2025.