Expected Results & Impact


Phase 1:

An impact evaluation of Phase I was carried out by Oxford Policy Management (OPM). The Baseline was of 12 months (1st follow-up) and 24 months (2nd follow up). The summary findings:

  1. Clear evidence that HSNP Phase I had a positive impact on:
  • Poverty and consumption: As a result of the HSNP, Beneficiary households less likely to be extremely poor
  • Food expenditure:HSNP households spend more on food than non-HSNP households
  • Health expenditure: HSNP households spend more on health care than non-HSNP households
  • Saving and borrowing: HSNP households are more likely to save money and access loans than non-HSNP households

Read more: HSNP 1 Quantitative Impact Evaluation 2009-2012 Report

For more on HSNP 2 Impact: Measurement & Evaluation


Contact Us

Hunger Safety Net Programme,

National Drought Management Authority,

17th Flr, Lonhro House, Standard St.

Tel: 254 (20) 2227496 / 2227166

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