Kenya

Faya Impact Evaluation

Faya is a two-year Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) investment targeting adolescents between the ages of 15 to 19 years old in Homa Bay, Kilifi, Mombasa, and Siaya counties in Kenya. The programme, implemented by Amref Health Africa, looks to increase access to quality sexual and reproductive health (SRH) education among adolescents and to link […]

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One Acre Fund (OAF) cost effectiveness analysis

The One Acre Fund (OAF) works with farmers directly to improve household food production and nutritional status. The programme in Western Kenya addresses both poverty and malnutrition in targeted smallholder farming households. With funding from the Children’s Investment Fund (CIFF), OAF aims to improve dietary diversity of families, particularly among children and pregnant and lactating […]

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Adolescent Girls Initiative Action Research Programme (AGIARP) – VFM analysis

In Kenya, LAMP produced a Value for Money Analysis for the Adolescent Girls Initiative Action Research Programme (AGIARP). AGIARP aims to improve the lives of adolescent girls in Kenya by improving their access to health, education, economic assets and protection from violence. LAMP’s analysis compared VfM aspects across three implementing partners of AGIARP. LAMP also […]

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Kenya Essential Education Programme (KEEP) VFM analysis

In Kenya, LAMP conducted a Value for Money analysis of KEEP, a DfID funded, multiple-partner education programme which subsequently received an award for ‘Best VfM Analysis’ by DfID Kenya. Working with our client, we developed a VfM approach which can continue to be applied in the future, as well as comparing the cost-effectiveness of different […]

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