Evaluating a worker well-being program in Haiti
MANAUS was hired by the Levi Strauss Foundation to develop and implement a before-and-after evaluation of two worker wellbeing programs set up in one of its supplier factories in Haiti. The programs, which provided financial literacy courses and access to cost-saving technologies to factory employees, sought to improve workers’ standards of living by reducing daily costs, improving their money management skills, and incentivizing savings. To evaluate the programs MANAUS developed and implemented a face-to-face survey, focus group discussions, and interviews with project stakeholders at baseline and endline. MANAUS also visited the program sites throughout implementation to provide the Foundation with input regarding program challenges and needed improvements. The evaluation results allowed the Foundation to understand the effectiveness of the interventions and plan scale-up efforts. The summary report can be found in our publications page.
Region: The Caribbean | Client: Levi Strauss Foundation