This final evaluation of MCC’s $170 million project found the irrigation infrastructure remains in good condition, but routine maintenance is not keeping pace. Land under production has steadily increased but is lower than expected and agricultural production targets have not been met.
Related Publications for Anthony Harris
Senegal’s Irrigation and Water Resources Management Project at Five Years Post-Compact: Findings from a Mixed-Methods EvaluationAug 30, 2021
Morocco Land Productivity Project: Evaluation Design ReportJul 20, 2020
The evaluation report for the Morocco Land Productivity Project outlines the impact evaluation and two performance evaluations Mathematica is designing and implementing to address research questions on project outcomes, implementation, and sustainability for the Rural and Industrial Land activities.
Evaluation of the Benin Power Compact’s Electricity Generation and Distribution Projects: Baseline ReportMay 30, 2020
Benin's power distribution network is characterized by technical and commercial loss rates that ranged from 20 to 24 percent. Its reliance on energy imports and its inadequate infrastructure has caused the country to suffer from scarcity of electricity.
Evaluation Design Report for the Benin Power Compact's Electricity Generation Project and Electricity Distribution ProjectMar 07, 2018
This report presents the design and methodology for our evaluation of two activities under MCC's Benin Power Compact (also known as the Benin II Energy Compact).
Using National Statistics to Increase Transparency of Large Land Acquisition: Evidence from EthiopiaMay 01, 2017
Almost a decade after the rise in land demand triggered by the 2007/08 commodity price boom, most potential target countries still lack access to relevant information on a routine basis.