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Evaluation Design for the Environmental and Natural Resource Management Project in Malawi


  • Thomas Coen
  • Arif Mamun
  • Claudia Ringler
  • Ephraim Nkonya
  • Kristen Velyvis
  • Hua Xie
  • Helen Powell
  • Jeremy Brecher-Haimson
  • Anca Dumitrescu
  • Matt Sloan


The Environmental and Natural Resources Management (ENRM) Project works to reduce costly disruptions and increase the efficiency of hydropower generation in Malawi by mitigating aquatic weed growth and sedimentation in the Shire River Basin. It is comprised of three main activities: (1) The Weed and Sediment Management (WSM) activity; (2) the ENRM activity; and (3) the Social and Gender Enhancement Fund (SGEF) activity.

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  • Thomas Coen & Arif Mamun & Claudia Ringler & Ephraim Nkonya & Kristen Velyvis & Hua Xie & Helen Powell & Jeremy Brecher-Haimson & Anca Dumitrescu & Matt Sloan, "undated". "Evaluation Design for the Environmental and Natural Resource Management Project in Malawi," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 659f67a392b34b92833dce1c0, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:659f67a392b34b92833dce1c0a521edf

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    ENRM; Malawi; land management; hydropower; conservation agriculture;

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