|Project/Activity||Focus of Evaluation||Methodology|
|Ghana Trunk Roads Activity Evaluation|
|Ghana National Highway Activity Evaluation||Ex-Post ERR and HDM-4 (Highway Development and Management Model)|
|Ghana Ferry Activity Evaluation||Pre-Post|
|Ghana Credit Activity Evaluation||Ex-Post Qualitative Evaluation|
|Ghana Post-Harvest Activity Evaluation||Difference in difference|
|Ghana Irrigation Activity Evaluation||Difference in difference|
|Ghana Land Activity Evaluation||Regression Discontinuity|
|Ghana Water and Sanitation Sub-Activity Evaluation||
How has the investment in water systems improved health conditions for the beneficiary communities? Are the improvements in health conditions attributable to the improved water systems, and why? Have the improvements in health resulted in increased availability of labor for economic activities?
|Difference in difference with matching|
|Ghana’s Feeder Roads Activity Evaluation||
Do improved roads lead to higher farm income through reduced input cost and higher producer price at the farm gate that are associated with reduced travel time and vehicle operating cost (transport cost)?
|Ghana Commercial Training Activity Evaluation||
Does the FBO training program cause farmers to adopt new technologies or techniques, such as using land more intensively and efficiently, choosing crops that are more competitive, or optimizing the use of inputs, including labor? What is the magnitude of any spillover from the trained farmers on proximate farmers and those in the trained farmers’ social networks? Does the FBO training program cause farmers to increase their yields, sales, incomes, and enhance their access to social services?
|Randomized control trial|