FEG is providing technical support to the Southern Africa Development Community to carry out country-wide, high quality HEA livelihood baselines in Tanzania, Malawi and Angola.
In 2015 FEG carried out three household economy analysis (HEA) baselines in Peru for Practical Action, to develop the livelihoods component of its flood resilience program.
Using HEA for program evaluation in Malawi
FEG evaluated a food, income and markets program for Concern Worldwide in Malawi, assessing changes in income levels and expenditure patterns between the beginning and end of the project.
Building HEA capacity throughout the Sahel
FEG provides technical support to Save the Children on a regional HEA capacity building project in the Sahel.
Assessing needs after the Nepal earthquake
Commissioned by Save the Children and Oxfam, FEG carried out rapid HEA assessments in rural and peri-urban areas of Nepal to project how households are likely to cope in the year following the 2015 earthquake.
The Food Economy Group (FEG) is a small, women-owned consulting group that is on the leading edge of livelihoods-based food security and policy analysis, and complex process facilitation.
FEG is the world’s leading expert in Household Economy Analysis (HEA), an internationally-recognized livelihoods analysis framework. We use our HEA expertise to offer a range of services to decision makers in the humanitarian and development communities, including: support for improved program design; famine early warning; impact evaluation; resilience measurement; and graduation modelling in social protection programs.
Program design, famine early warning, resilience, markets analysis, impact evaluation…
As the world’s primary vanilla-producing country, the lives of thousands of impoverished and even landless households in Madagascar depend on this lucrative cash crop. FEG was commissioned by Save the Children to help it understand how the vanilla industry impacts the...read more