Traditionally, measures of progress are pre-determined externally but in the BRACED programme in Ethiopia and Burkina Faso, these were largely set by the communities themselves.
Household surveys were designed to monitor the resilience of the beneficiary communities, using language and terms that made sense to them. Surveys were carried out before, during and after the programme to track changes in resilience on the group and household level.
Read more about BRACED's data monitoring processes, including the use of digital data collection for the first time. You can also explore all of the BRACED data below.
Christian Aid country offices in Ethiopia and Burkina Faso have transformed their data collection processes by gathering household survey data digitally for the first time.
- Solomon Woldetsadik, Senior Programme Officer, Climate Change, Christian Aid, Ethiopia.
Read more about our resilience programme in Ethiopia and Burkina Faso.