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Urwaruka Rushasha: A Randomized Impact Evaluation of Village Savings and Loans Associations and Family-Based Interventions in Burundi Image

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Urwaruka Rushasha: A Randomized Impact Evaluation of Village Savings and Loans Associations and Family-Based Interventions in Burundi

Summary

The Urwaruka Rushasha project, funded by USAID’s Displaced Children and Orphans Fund (DCOF), aims at improving the protection, development and well-being of highly vulnerable boys and girls in Burundi’s Makamba and Bujumbura Rural provinces. The project consists of two interventions: 1) A Village Savings and Loans Association (VSLA) intervention and 2) an added family-based discussion group (VSLA Plus). This report presents the results of the mid-term evaluation of the New Generation projects.

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