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Evaluations/Assessments | November 9, 2010

Livelihoods in Malawi

A Rapid Livelihoods Assessment Using the Integral Development Conceptual Framework

In mid-2007, CRS began developing a 5-year plan to guide programming for its country office in Malawi. One of the key activities was a rapid livelihoods assessment that collected and analyzed community-level data to begin to understand the constraints affecting the livelihoods of poor Malawians and the opportunities for improving their livelihoods.


  • Methodology

  • Key Findings

  • Summary of Major Findings to Consider in Strategic Planning