The Innovation, Monitoring and Learning Division of the CLP is responsible for collecting information to demonstrate the outcomes (impact) of the Programme for its core participant households. Data are collected from core participant households on a range of variables, with varying degrees of frequency, and presented in annual reports.
During its second phase (2010-2016), the CLP will support 67,000 core participant households with a full package of support (click here for more information). These 67,000 households will be supported through up to six annual cohorts (or groups).
The IML Division collects baseline data on each cohort and then monitors the progress from a sample of households over time e.g. asset status, nutrition status etc. To demonstrate outcomes, the CLP uses the pipeline control method whereby the status of new entrants (new cohorts) is compared to the status of earlier cohorts and any difference is termed an outcome. In addition, in 2011 the IML Division began collecting data from a sample of households who meet the CLP selection criteria but who will not receive support for another year. These households will receive support at a later date. The status of these households (termed control households) is being monitored alongside households that did receive support in 2011 and will therefore offer another method of assessing outcomes. The following graphs demonstrate some key outcomes from the CLP. Note both differences over time, as well as between cohorts.
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Click here for details on how we collect outcome data, and how frequently
Click below, on the relevant categories, to visualise the different performance graphs.