Breakthrough RESEARCH is conducting a mixed-methods study that includes quantitative methods to assess differential changes over time in key health outcomes associated with Resilience in the Sahel Enhanced (RISE) II's integrated social and behavioral change (SBC) strategy and qualitative methods to explain how and why gender-related changes occurred or were associated with these changes. This technical report presents descriptive baseline findings for the quantitative portion of the evaluation. This information will support RISE II's Resilience Food Security Activity partners to understand how to tailor planned SBC approaches to address barriers to adopting targeted health behaviors.
Dougherty, Leanne, Lynn Abu Turk, Nrupa Jani, and Chaibou Dadi. 2022. "Evaluation of RISE II integrated social and behavior change activities in Niger: Baseline report," Breakthrough RESEARCH Technical Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.