In the framework of impact evaluation projects, SEEDS for Recovery is of paramount importance. Dr. Jaafar discussed the complexity of FAO's agricultural intervention under evaluation, the main challenges to the evaluation process, and how the study is addressing these complexities at design and analysis stage.
SEEDS for Recovery (2020-2023) evaluates the long-term impact of a complex agricultural interventions conducted by FAO in acutely conflict-affected Syria. The project is funded under the CEDIL– Centre of Excellence for Development Impact and Learning initiative, and is a collaboration between the non-profit academic institute ISDC, based in Berlin, and the American University of Beirut , Faculty of Health Sciences and Department of Agriculture at the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences.
Learn more about the SEEDS for Recovery project here and check its story map.