Longitudinal Analysis of Key Livelihood Indicators


CLP’s Innovation, Monitoring, Learning, and Communications (IMLC) Division is responsible for monitoring progress of Core Participant Households (CPHHs) against a range of indicators. These indicators have been grouped under six thematic areas, namely Graduation, Women’s Empowerment, Livelihoods, Food Security, Nutrition as well as Water Sanitation and Hygiene. The focus of this report is on livelihoods’-related indicators, namely productive assets, cash savings and income/ expenditure.

By March 2016, CLP 2 will have supported 78,026 core participant households (CPHHs). These CPHHs have been divided into six groups, known as cohorts. Each cohort has been brought into the programme at different points between May 2010 and September 2014. CPHHs have received support for a period of 18 months.

IMLC has collected data from a panel sample of CPHHs between May 2010 and October 2014. Data has been collected for all cohorts at baseline and then annually thereafter. A total of six surveys have been conducted. This report presents progress against the core livelihoods’ indicators over time and for all six cohorts; it is a longitudinal study.


Kenward, S.; Hannan, M. Longitudinal Analysis of Key Livelihood Indicators. Chars Livelihoods Programme (CLP), (2015) 27 pp.

Longitudinal Analysis of Key Livelihood Indicators

Published 1 January 2015