The Matrix of Change seeks to improve implementation of Government programs on nutrition, adolescent health and child protection in 4 states – through a consortium of organizations to enable public awareness, demand generation and engagement with Governments for programmatic change and decision making.
Development Solutions and Sociometrik evaluated the matrix of change pilot intervention, to:
Approach and Methodology
Quantitative survey was done through CAPI. The data collections was conducted with the following respondents:
In addition, qualitative interactions were undertaken with key program beneficiaries (pregnant women and mothers of children less than 11 months of age for nutrition; adolescents; and vulnerable families); health and nutrition service providers and Government officials at districts and state levels. Further, in-depth interviews were conducted with partner organizations to assess effectiveness of the consortium function.
Data and information from impact estimation (OLS regression estimates), and from location intelligence, geospatial analysis and secondary data were triangulated to enable the assessment. Insights from qualitative interactions, enabled an understanding of intervention contribution and consortium effectiveness. The evaluation enabled impact estimates and provided insights and recommendations for scale up.