Central Highlands Poverty Reduction Project Impact Evaluation – Endline Survey


The Government of Vietnam, MPI and the WB have launched the Central Highlands Poverty Reduction Project (CHPRP) in 6 provinces (4 Central Highland provinces – Dak Nong, Dak Lak, Kon Tum, Gia Lai and 2 Central Southern provinces – Quang Nam and Quang Ngai). The ultimate objective of CHPRP is “to enhance living standards by improving livelihood opportunities in project communes”, with four components:

  • Component 1: Village and commune infrastructure development to enhance access to production locations, improve living conditions, increase access to public services and generate employment during infrastructure construction;
  • Component 2: Sustainable livelihood development to improve livelihood autonomy by enhancing nutrition and food security, productive capacities for more diversified income sources and linkages to selected agricultural markets;
  • Component 3: District-level connective socio-economic infrastructure development to promote production, improve access to public services; support capacity building at all project levels for effective project management; and promote communication and awareness-raising to strengthen participation;
  • Component 4: Project management to ensure effective management of the project activities according to the project designs, including the implementation of a well-functioning monitoring and evaluation (M&E) system

The Mekong Development Research Institute (MDRI) is selected as a consulting agency to collect data for impact evaluation assignment.

Main tasks:

  • Develop detailed methodology
  • Design tools
  • Conduct fieldwork
  • Analyze indicators and prepare report

Photo by: Nguyen Phuc Nhat


09/2019 – 12/2019