Honduras Bono 10,000 Endline Survey

The Honduras Bono 10000 Program is intended to improve access to health services and education by beneficiary households; improve education, nutrition, and health status of beneficiary household members, especially children and women; and eventually reduce poverty levels in these low-income households.

This project involves administering an endline survey to approximately 4,500 households in 300 Honduran villages to support the impact evaluation that will assess if the Honduras Bono 10000  is a successful program, and is a follow-on to the baseline data collection NORC conducted in 2011/12.

NORC is conducting all activities associated with the endline survey including questionnaire refinement based on lessons learned from conducting the baseline, recruitment and training of field staff; fielding the survey; and analyzing and presenting the endline analysis.

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