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The Scoop on Poop: How Open Defecation Free Data Led to Activity Program Pivots in Ethiopia's Lowlands
Sanitation behavior change is a notoriously complex intervention. In the harsh, remote environment of the Ethiopian lowlands, this is particularly so. Community-Led Total Sanitation and Hygiene (CLTSH) interventions, while successful in Ethiopia’s densely populated highland... read more
STOP, in the Name of Learning: Reflecting and Adapting Ethiopia’s Approach to Attaining Feed the Future and Economic Growth Objectives
At USAID/Ethiopia, we found that although we were on track to meet some of our output-level indicators, it was unlikely that the mission would meet the high-level outcome indicators linked to the Feed the Future strategy and development objective. Evaluations suggested... read more