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This project helps to report improvements in food security and nutrition by providing technical assistance to establish the baseline for an impact evaluation and mid term survey of Zero Hunger Pact of the Government of Guatemala.

This project helps to report improvements in food security and nutrition by providing technical assistance to establish the baseline for an impact evaluation and mid term survey of Zero Hunger Pact of the Government of Guatemala.

Three activities will be supported as follows:

  1. Government of Guatemala (GOG) efforts to implement the National Strategy to Reduce Chronic Malnutrition (ENDPC) 2016-2019 and increase the Secretariat for Food Security and Nutrition’s (SESAN) capacity to design and implement impact evaluations, data management, and analysis of the ENDPC. ($3,636,899).
  2. Impact evaluation of Feed the Future Guatemala rural value chains activities ($792,397).
  3. Context and targeting analysis incorporating migration, migration drivers, and monitoring and evaluation of migration outcomes. This effort includes a typology study to determine indicators related to migration ($2,057,038).

This project is expected to run from September 30, 2011 through December 31, 2022 with an estimated total USAID investment of $6,486,334.

USAID’s implementer for this project is the International Food Policy Research Institute

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  • Country Development Cooperation Strategy

    Prosperity in Guatemala

    USAID works with the people of Guatemala to improve health and education outcomes and create new opportunities for investment, job growth, and expanded markets. Learn more

  • Development Sector

    Food Security

    USAID’s Feed the Future activities reduce hunger, malnutrition, and poverty by increasing and stabilizing rural incomes and improving the nutritional status of rural and indigenous populations within the Western Highlands. Learn more

Last updated: August 26, 2021

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