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Papers/Reports | July 23, 2018

EFI ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH UGANDA COUNTRY REPORT

Final Report

To develop EFI’s understanding of the differentiation on poverty outreach between Normal and Pro-Poor Package villages, the project has complemented the PPI analysis with a community level ethnographic study in Uganda. The study provides detailed information on the study areas and explores the following questions:

  • To what extent are extremely poor households included in SILC membership?
  • Has the inclusion of extremely poor households increased as SILC formation has progressed in the research sites?
  • What elements of the Pro-Poor Package work to attract and retain the poor households in SILC programs?"

To develop EFI’s understanding of the differentiation on poverty outreach between Normal and Pro-Poor Package villages the project has complemented the PPI analysis with a community level ethnographic study in Senegal.

Other research reports related to this project are available here.