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Why does ABM spend money on Program Evaluations? - Read more

Six Years Measuring ABM’s Impacts in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

Find out what ABM has achieved in partnership with local Anglican churches and communities, to increase people’s access to clean water. Many of these achievements have been made possible by funding from the Australian Aid program. Read more 

These men are transporting PVC rainwater tanks and piping to Malo in Vanuatu as part of ABM’s response to the Ambae Volcano resettlement, through our long-term partner, the Anglican Church of Melanesia.

Kenya: A report on the Integrated Food Security Program 2014-2017

Written by Dr Terry Russell. Read more
 Self-help group with their kale crop. © Ivy Wang/ABM,2014


People assisted in conflict and crisis situations following emergencies   

View a snapshot of the beneficiaries of ABM’s
development and humanitarian response
programs in the July 2017 - June 2018 period,
as shown in the example on the left.

Gathering beneficiary data is one of the ways 
(but not the only way) that ABM measures the
effectiveness of its programs.


>> Overview of Beneficiaries of Selected
ABM-funded Activities, 2017/18


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