Anthea Piong

Anthea Piong came to Sierra Leone as a Princeton in Africa Fellow (2018-19) where she led Monitoring & Evaluation projects for WARC’s consulting arm. Her interest is in utilising data and design to communicate impact and work for the social good. She is now a full-time member of the WARC team, working on their growing portfolio of internal and external data collection and M&E projects. She holds a Master of Public Policy from Georgetown University.

Content by Anthea Piong
  • Publication - Project Report

    Scoping study: Using network theory to promote adoption of new agricultural technologies in Sierra Leone

    This report overviews the key findings from a feasibility study conducted in Sierra Leone that tested one such proposed bundled intervention. Specifically, the bundled intervention that this report seeks to validate consists of three main activities: (i) rural electrification, (ii) access to productive farming technology, and (iii) extension services and improved market access.

    30 Mar 2021 | Kurtis Lockhart, Barbara Cardona, Anthea Piong