Baseline study

Forest Resources Sector Transparency Programme (FOREST) Baseline

To ensure that good forest governance takes root, CARE International in Uganda is implementing a five year Forest Resources Sector Transparency Programme (FOREST) in Uganda in Partnership with Joint Effort to Save the Environment (JESE), Anti-Corruption Coalition Uganda (ACCU), Advocates Coalition for Development and Environment (ACODE), Environment Alert, Panos Eastern Africa (PANOSEA), and Community Development Resource Network (CDRN). At the start of the programme CARE and her partners deemed it necessary to conduct baseline studies to establish benchmarks for measuring programme impacts with the following broad objectives:
i) To assess level of stakeholder awareness and participation in forestry legislation monitoring
ii) To determine the level of accountability, transparency and responsiveness of duty bearers with regard to forest governance issues
iii) To assess the existence and functionality of District/inter-district ENR forums, networks and alliances in their involved in forest governance issues at Sub-national and National levels
iv) To assess the level of media coverage of forest governance issues at district and national levels
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Integrated Emergency Response Program Baseline

The CARE International in Uganda is implementing three projects through funding from the Australian Development Agency (ADA), Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (NMFA) and Global Affairs Canada (GAC). The NMFA and GAC are being implemented in Rhino Extension, Omugo Settlement while ADA is operating in Imvepi settlement. The projects are designed to address core protection pillars in the refugee programing and emergency response that are in tandem with part of CARE’s priority interventions areas that targets reduction in vulnerability of refugees and host communities, through the promotion of human dignity, increased resilience, and improved protection. [57 pages] Read More...

RED/SAACC-Niger Baseline

Le projet de recherche-développement pour la sécurité alimentaire et l’adaptation climatique des systèmes ruraux de production au Niger (RED/SAACC-Niger) a pour objectif d’améliorer d’ici fin 2021, les revenus, la sécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle de 15.000 exploitations agricoles familiales fragiles à faible résilience, dans 15 communes des régions de Maradi, Tahoua et Tillabéri . Read More...

USAID- Nutrition et Hygiène

Un consortium comprenant CARE International au Mali, l'IRC, FHI 360 et Yam-Giribolo-Tumo a reçu un financement de l'USAID pour mener un projet axé sur la nutrition et l'hygiène à Malu. Prévu pour une période de 5 ans (2018-2018), le projet concerne 8 zones sanitaires des régions de Koulikoro, Ségou et Mopti. [61 pages] Read More...

‘Dialogue en Gestion Intégrée des Risques’ Etude de Base

Le projet de Dialogue en Gestion Intégrée des Risques (D‐GIR) se focalise sur le plaidoyer et le renforcement des capacités, en utilisant les expériences du projet de 2011‐2015.Basé sur l’engagement communautaire, les partenaires ont été impliqués dans la préparation et la gestion des catastrophes, la planification d’urgence et la réduction des risques à travers des activités de renforcement des capacités. Des outils comme l‘évaluation de la vulnérabilité climatique des capacités (‘AVCA++’) et la prévision des inondations (‘OPIDIN’) sont de nouveau mis en exergue. [72 pages] Read More...

Education for Change Rapport de l’Etude de Base

En juillet 2015, CARE Mali à travers le Programme Education a bénéficié du financement Patsy Collins Trust Funds Initiative (PCTFI) à travers CARE USA pour la mise en œuvre du projet novateur dénommé « Education For Change » (appelé Education Pour le Changement en Français et Jannde Yiriwere en langue locale Fulfulde). Education For Change (EFC) est partie intégrante d'un financement global accordé par CARE USA à sept pays dont le Mali pour les cinq prochaines années, en l'occurrence. Il s’agit du Zimbabwe, du Cambodge, du Kenya, du Rwanda, de l'Inde et du Népal. [74 pages] Read More...

Evaluation de Base “Dans Les Zones De Feed the Future” Nutrition et Hygiene

La présente étude restitue les résultats de l’évaluation de base dans les zones de Feed the Future nouvellement attribuées au projet USAID/Nutrition et Hygiène de CARE International au Mali dans les districts d’intervention de Mopti, Bandiagara, Bankass et Koro, région de Mopti. Un échantillonnage représentatif de 707 enfants de 0 à 59 mois, 480 femmes et 273 chefs de ménage, a été interviewé et mesuré sur les domaines suivants : l’agriculture, la santé, la nutrition et le WASH. Read More...

Pathways- Global Baseline Report

CARE’s Pathways program focuses on improving poor women farmers’ productivity by empowering them to more fully engage in equitable agriculture systems. The program is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and implemented in Bangladesh, Ghana, India, Malawi, Mali, and Tanzania. Aligned with other CARE initiatives, such as CARE Australia’s WE-RISE program, Pathways is designed to overcome the constraints to women’s productive and equitable engagement in agriculture. Utilizing a strong gender focus, the program’s Theory of Change posits that marginalized, poor women farmers will be more productive, and their families more food secure when:
 women have increased capacity (skills, knowledge, resources), capabilities (confidence, bargaining power, collective voice), and support
 local governance and institutions have/implement gender-sensitive policies and programming that are responsive to the rights and needs of poor women farmers
 agricultural service, value chain, and market environments of relevance to women are more competitive, gender-inclusive, and environmentally sustainable. [104 pages] Read More...

Baseline Assessment on Maternal New Born and Child Health in District Two of Kabul City

The KAP survey aimed to identify knowledge gaps, attitude patterns, and practices that may facilitate understanding and action or create barriers to Maternal, New-born and Child Health (MNCH). A Cross-sectional descriptive study design was utilized to provide information on key knowledge, attitude and practice variables related to maternal, newborn and child health with 375 household in 2nd district.

Among others, the following are the key findings of the survey:

1. High total fertility rate,
2. Low uptake of family planning/ birth spacing methods, especially long term methods,
3. High drop outs in routine vaccinations
4. High level of pregnancy complications
5. High level of miscarriage, abortion and children death after birth.
6. High delivery related risks and
7. Low level of delivery preparedness
8. Low ANC services uptake.
9. Considerable knowledge gaps and misconceptions regarding some aspects of MNCH Read More...

Resilient Livelihood Project Baseline Survey Report

This document reflected the baseline study finding which was conducted to established baseline values for indicators of intended outcomes and collect information about the target group prior to intervention. The target location was Khulm and Charkint districts of Balkh province in Afghanistan. Read More...

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