This report provides an overview of the Graduating to Resilience RFSA, describes the evaluation design for the activity’s second cohort, and provides summary statistics and indicator estimates based on a recently completed round of baseline data collection. Innovations for Poverty Action, with a team of 38 enumerators, administered a baseline survey to 2,570 households in November and December 2021, in the Kamwenge district and in the Rwamwanja settlement. The survey took place before the kickoff of the Graduating to Resilience Cohort 2 and its Interpersonal Psychotherapy in Groups interventions, which started in February 2022.
Key findings from the baseline survey are grouped into the following categories:
- Demographics & poverty
- Water, sanitation, and hygiene & housing
- Land & agriculture
- Employment & off-farm business
- Access to finance
- Food security