This note builds upon the household and community data for the 2011
Lesotho Child Grants Programme (CGP) baseline survey, with three
1. to expand evaluation of the success of the randomized control design
in achieving “balance” among observable traits and characteristics
between treatment and control groups, to those variables of relevance to
the Protection to Production (PtoP) project;
2. to identify and better understand the productive activities, income
and livelihood strategies that distinguish eligible from ineligible
households included in the survey.
3. to document data quality issues that will inform follow-up analysis
and ‘improved practices’ in the next round of data collection.
Davis, B.; Dewbre, J. Note on the 2011 Lesotho Child Grants (CGP) Programme Baseline Data. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy (2013) iii + 28 pp.