Feed The Future’s 2015 Progress Report Data Should Be Interpreted ‘Cautiously’

Center for Global Development’s “Rethinking U.S. Development Policy”: 2015 Feed the Future Progress Report Leaves Food for Thought
Casey Dunning, senior policy analyst, and Janeen Madan, research assistant at CGD, discuss Feed the Future’s 2015 progress report and write, “While there are areas of real progress, the results [of the report] are fragmentary, almost entirely based on outputs, and suffer from attribution challenges. … The bottom line: interpret the data very cautiously” (7/30).

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