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Evaluations/Assessments | April 24, 2018

Assessment of the "Wellness and Agriculture for Life Advancement" project in southern Malawi

How watershed development is affecting food security in rural Malawi

This assessment explores the impact of watershed development on rural household food security and resiliency in southern Malawi under an integrated five-year USAID-funded Title II Multi-Year project called "Wellness and Agriculture for Life Advancement," or "WALA." The project was implemented by a nine-member consortium led by CRS. The assessment analyzes the status of WALA’s watershed development investments, identifies the reasons for their sustainability or lack thereof, and determines the impact of those and other complementary WALA interventions on beneficiary household resiliency.