External Evaluation of Mobile Phone Technology Based Nutrition and Agriculture Advisory Services in Africa: Mobile Phones, Nutrition, and Agriculture in Ghana: Cost-Effectiveness Endline Report

Published on 29 May 2020

The aim of the impact evaluation is to assess the impact, cost-effectiveness, and commercial viability of two services within the broader portfolio of the GSMA mNutrition programme. The evaluation is being conducted by a consortium of researchers from Gamos, IDS, and IFPRI. The team draws on a number of methods and interlinked components to gather evidence about the impact of the mNutrition intervention in Ghana, including a qualitative component, a quantitative component, and a business model and cost-effectiveness component. The evaluation is being conducted in two regions of Ghana: the Central region and the Upper West region.


Simon Batchelor
Nigel Scott
Anna Clements

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Institute of Development Studies


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