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PREG II Recurrent Monitoring Survey 2 Executive Summary Findings

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Evaluations and Research

This report presents findings from four rounds of data collection conducted as part of the second Recurrent Monitoring Survey (RMS-2), a component of the PREG Phase II (PREG II) impact evaluation (IE). The overall objective of the IE is to provide insight into the extent to which a package of layered, sequenced, and integrated resilience-strengthening activities implemented under the PREG II partnership umbrella improved key household resilience outcomes and strengthened the resilience capacities of food-insecure and vulnerable households. The RMS-2 analysis explored relationships between households’ use of systems-level services provided by USAID and other donors,  resilience capacities, and well-being outcomes. It is important to note that despite assessing exposure to and participation in PREG II activities, this study is unable to attribute outcomes or impact directly to USAID-funded services. This is a result of the geographic overlap of USAID-funded programming with systems-level interventions funded by other donors and a lack of information on the location and duration of various donor and GoK-funded activities. The goal of this study is to understand which activities and services were linked to improved resilience capacities, regardless of funding source.