Process Evaluation of the Maharo Resilience Food Security Activity in Madagascar
This Process Evaluation (PE) of the Maharo Resilience Food Security Activity (RFSA) in southern Madagascar, implemented by Catholic Relief Service (CRS), examines and assesses the nature, quality, and process of the RFSA’s implementation. Its core overarching evaluation question is: How well has Maharo been effectively implementing core and critical pieces of its intervention in order to address the RFSA objectives of enhanced food security and resilience? The PE will assist the United States Agency for International Development’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance and CRS gauge the state of implementation, contend with identified challenges, and facilitate adaptive management to maximize effectiveness. It will also provide contextual information to inform Maharo’s endline impact evaluation.