Using the MSC approach for project evaluation
Fair and Sustainable (F&S) conducted a mid-term evaluation (MTE) focused on the achievements of the Building Bridges for Women Economic Empowerment (BBWEE) programme, using the Most Significant Change (MSC) approach
Why a gender approach is good for workers, business, and the sector: a case from the Ethiopian Flower sector
IDH commissioned a study in the Ethiopian flower sector to test the hypothesis that Gender interventions increase workers’ satisfaction and engagement and lead to changes in employee attitudes, behavior, and work motivation, which leads to improved business performance.
Evaluation of participatory forest management pilots and biomass energy production in Rwanda (PAREF NL2)
This summer Fair & Sustainable and ADE (Belgium) evaluated the ‘Project of support to Participatory forest management pilots and biomass energy production in 9 districts of Rwanda (PAREF NL2)’using quantitative data analysis and the MSC approach.