The purpose of this final evaluation is to measure the development outcomes of Fararano, one of two Development Food Assistance Programs implemented in Madagascar funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Office of Food for Peace (FFP). The primary audience of this evaluation report is the awardee, Catholic Relief Services (CRS), and its partners. Findings from the final evaluation will be used to determine project performance and inform and shape future food security projects. This evaluation was framed by a set of questions that explored the impact, relevance, effectiveness, and sustainability of project interventions: 1) To what extent has the project met its defined goals, purposes and outcomes? 2) Based on the evidence, which project outcomes are likely to be sustained? 3) What are the strengths of and challenges to the efficiency and effectiveness of the interventions’ implementation and their acceptance in the target communities? and 4) What key lessons learned and best practices should inform future projects in the country?