Quarterly Impact Reports
|BOMA 2017 Annual Report|
|BOMA 2016 Annual Report|
|BOMA 2015 Annual Report|
|BOMA 2014 Annual Report|
|BOMA 2013 Annual Report|
|BOMA 2012 Annual Report|
Since its inception, BOMA has been committed to rigorous monitoring and evaluation as a way to continually improve our program and measure its impact on the lives of women and children in the arid lands.
Upon entering REAP, trained, independent enumerators gather baseline data on participants using the BOMA Standard of Living Index (SOLI), a comprehensive survey that gauges standard of living. The SOLI is administered again at exit, to assess changes in living standards and business performance two years later.
In addition to basic information about family composition, income sources, savings, productive assets and monthly expenditures, the SOLI also aims to understand decision-making dynamics within the household, family planning knowledge and usage, and school enrollment.
Upon program exit, the degree to which individuals have progressed out of poverty is judged against six criteria in four categories. An individual who has graduated from REAP is reliably food secure, has multiple viable sources of income, is able to successfully respond to shock, and has enrolled all of their eligible girl children in primary school, collectively reflecting a transition out of extreme poverty.
|Click here to read the Midline report on our Gates Foundation funded cohort of 750 women|
|Click here to read our February 2018 Qualitative Assessment of Household Decision-Making|
|Click here to read a summary of BOMA’s Randomized Controlled Trial|