This brief presents the results of the mid-term evaluation of the New Generation project. The randomized controlled trial was designed with enough statistical power that the impact of the VSLA intervention can be examined with the data from the baseline and the mid-term survey. To determine the full impact of the Healing Families and Communities discussion modules, data from the final survey, due to be undertaken in 2012, is needed. The results of the mid-term evaluation, coupled with the results of the final evaluation, due to be undertaken in 2012, will fill a gap in knowledge about the impact of VSLAs and family-based interventions on children’s well-being in conflict affected settings. This knowledge will help determine 1) whether humanitarian and development organizations should focus on VSLA interventions to reduce poverty; and 2) whether increasing family income is sufficient to improve child well-being, or whether family-based interventions provide an added benefit.