Water Brazil Program

World Wildlife Foundation – WWF Brasil, Banco do Brasil, Fundação Banco do Brasil, Agência Nacional de Águas

Dates: August 2013 – November 2013

Project: Mid-term evaluation of the Water Brazil, a national-level environmental program implemented by WWF-Brazil and funded by a partnership between the largest bank in Latin America, their associated foundation, and the Brazilian national regulatory body for hydrological resources.

Program Blog: http://www.blogaguabrasil.org.br/

Results:

  • Fieldwork / data collection in remote areas conducted safely and efficiently: Logistical planning and execution of in-depth interviews and focus group facilitation with diverse program stakeholders (private-sector sugar cane/ethanol managers, smallholder farmers, farmer cooperative representatives, recycling center workers, municipal department secretaries) in 4 sites in northern/western São Paulo state and Acre, Brazil.  
  • Production of engaging intermediate-stage site reports.
"The mid-term evaluation of the World Wildlife Fund's national "Water Brazil" program included focus group facilitation in the remote Amazonian state of Acre, Brazil. Flux successfully facilitated an insightful focus group (in Portuguese) with local recycling workers." -- João Martinho Martins, C&A Foundation, Evaluation Specialist

"The mid-term evaluation of the World Wildlife Fund's national "Water Brazil" program included focus group facilitation in the remote Amazonian state of Acre, Brazil. Flux successfully facilitated an insightful focus group (in Portuguese) with local recycling workers."

-- João Martinho Martins, C&A Foundation, Evaluation Specialist