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Effectiveness Review: Copperbelt Livelihoods Project, Zambia

Effectiveness Review: Copperbelt Livelihoods Project, Zambia
33 pages

Bishop, David

Publication date
08 Oct 2012

Oxfam GB

Effectiveness Reviews

Evaluation report

The Copperbelt Livelihoods Project targeted 1,000 small-scale farmers - of whom 60 per cent were women - living in ten villages in Kitwe district of Zambia’s Copperbelt Province. In addition to empowering women, the project sought to bolster household income and food security, and reduce vulnerability through the provision of agricultural inputs and increasing market access. These full and summary reports document the findings of a quasi-experimental impact evaluation carried out in October 2011.