Mathematica is leading a comprehensive mixed-methods evaluation of the Liberia Energy Project designed to answer questions about the implementation of activities; grid and utility level outcomes; willingness to pay for electricity; and the impacts on households, businesses, and social services.
Several of our evaluations are examining the impacts of investments in infrastructure—such as electricity, roads, and irrigation systems—on increased productivity of enterprises, farmers, and households, as well as on household and business income.
Independent Evaluation of the Liberia Energy Project
Tanzania Energy-Sector Impact Evaluation
Mathematica conducted evaluations of two activities and a related initiative under the Tanzania energy-sector project. The activities included laying a new submarine cable to provide a more reliable source of electricity to Unguja Island, extending lines into new areas, and offering low-cost electricity...
Malawi: Evaluation of Environmental and Natural Resource Management Activities
Mathematica is evaluating the Environmental and Natural Resource Management (ENRM) project, a part of MCC’s compact in Malawi that seeks to reduce sedimentation and aquatic weed growth in the Shire River and improve land use practices along the river.
Working with Cities to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Mathematica is examining how the Global Protocol for Community-Scale Greenhouse Gases may be used to help cities reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Moldova Transition to High-Value Agriculture Project Evaluation
Mathematica is designing and conducting a performance evaluation of this project as well as an impact evaluation of several project components.
Armenia: Impact Evaluation of Irrigation Infrastructure, Roads, and Farmer Training
Mathematica designed and implemented an evaluation of initiatives on rehabilitating irrigation infrastructure, improving rural roads, and training farmers in Armenia.