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Resilience in Burkina Faso: Impact evaluation of the 'Resilience, Food security and Nutrition' project

Source(s):  Oxfam - Great Britain (Oxfam GB)

This review evaluates the effectiveness of an Oxfam GB project to build resilience to shocks, stresses and uncertainty in Burkina Faso. The project was aimed at enabling particularly vulnerable households to increase their resilience and improve their food security and nutritional situation. Project activities included supporting households in crop production, market gardening, processing and household businesses, providing awareness-raising on good nutritional practices, carrying out community-level disaster assessments and establishing early-warning committees, and distributing livestock and cash transfers.

The Resilience, Food Security and Nutrition Project (Projet de Résilience, Sécurité Alimentaire et Nutritionnelle, PRSAN) was carried out in the North and Centre-North regions of Burkina Faso between 2013 and 2017 by Oxfam and Christian Aid, together with two implementing partners, the Alliance Technique d’Assistance au Développement (ATAD) and the Office de Développement des Églises Evangéliques (ODE).



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  • Resilience in Burkina Faso: Impact evaluation of the 'Resilience, Food security and Nutrition' project
  • Publication date 2018
  • Author(s) Fuller, Robert; Pretari, Alexia
  • Number of pages 121 p.
  • ISBN/ISSN 978-1-78748-246-3 (ISBN)

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