Egypt

Hayat Project Endline Survey

76-page report on end-line data on member households from a sample of 316 women in the five targeted communities of the project. The targeted villages are located in Menia governorate, managing the stages of data-entry, data-analysis and reporting the Hayat end-line survey and comparing the results of end line with the baseline survey (20 VSLA groups around 316 respondents) to measure the impact of the project regarding women’s empowerment. Read More...

Strengthening Civil Society Participation in the Agricultural Sector in Egypt-SCPAE Project Evaluation

This 46-page study aims to evaluate the SCPAE project through explaining the following aspects: 1) Assessing the rationale of the SCPAE project; 2) Assessing the efficiency of the project in achieving the planned activities and results; 3) Assessing the impact of the project and identifying the unintended results achieved from the project; 4) Exploring the level of project sustainability and the possibility of scaling-up the project in the future; 5) Exploring the key challenges which the project faced or still faces. The study concludes by summarizing the strengths and success of the project in addition to the points of weaknesses or areas for improvement in the project.
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Evaluation to “Strengthening Civil Society Participation in the Agricultural Sector in Egypt-SCPAE” Project

This 107-page study aims to evaluate the SCPAE project through explaining the following aspects: 1) Assessing the rationale of the SCPAE project; 2) Assessing the efficiency of the project in achieving the planned activities and results; 3) Assessing the impact of the project and identifying the unintended results achieved from the project; 4) Exploring the level of project sustainability and the possibility of scaling-up the project in the future; 5) Exploring the key challenges which the project faced or still faces. The study concludes by summarizing the strengths and success of the project in addition to the points of weaknesses or areas for improvement in the project.
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Measuring Farmers’ Satisfaction with the Services of Agricultural Service Providers Baseline

50 page baseline report on Measuring Farmers' Satisfaction with the Services of Agricultural Service Providers in Minya and BeniSuef Governorates. Study produced with the assistance of the European Union. Read More...

Origination and Development of the Soy bean small holder farmers in Egypt Final Report

47-page final report. CARE Egypt, with the support of Cargill Inc. and Cargill Egypt, implemented the “Origination and Development of the Soy bean small holder farmers” project in the governorates of Minia, Benisuef and Beheira. The purpose of the 3-year project was to support the communities through increasing agricultural linkages by working to improve socioeconomic conditions for rural communities by increasing local production of Soy beans to reach 6000 metric tons of Soy beans throughout the project life. The project cooperated with the government through Extension Officers, farmers through their cooperatives and professional think tanks through the Agricultural Research Centers Read More...

Girls’ Education and Leadership Evaluation Power to Lead Alliance & Innovation through Sport Final Report

45-page final evaluation on ITSPLEY project. In Egypt, along with the PTLA project, the Innovation through Sport: Promoting Leaders, Empowering Youth (ITSPLEY) project was jointly implemented through CARE’s Gender and Empowerment Unit. ITSPLEY is a pioneering initiative that uses the "convening power of sports" to minimize the effects of poverty and social injustice on marginalized youth, especially girls. ITSPLEY is being implemented in four countries; Bangladesh, Egypt, Kenya, and Tanzania. This United States Agency for International Development(USAID) funded, three-year project began in January 2009 and will conclude in February 2012. Its aim is to enhance the institutional capacity of local organizations working directly with youth, and to provide youth, especially girls, with opportunities to develop and practice leadership skills through sport-based activities. Read More...

Promoting Equitable Quality Education for Girls Project Baseline

The purpose of this 49 page report is to aggregate and synthesize information generated from accessing the baseline situations, and to transform it into accessible knowledge for future systematic strengthening of programming, and organizational effectiveness.
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Empowerment of Egypt’s Children to Take Action in Schools and Communities Project Baseline

This 89 page report is submitted to CARE Egypt describing the results of the baseline study process for the Empowerment of Egypt’s Children to Take Action in Schools and Communities Project in Minia and Beni Suef.
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Empowerment of Egypt’s Children to Take Actions in Schools and Communities Midterm Evaluation

This is the 56-page report of the Mid-term Evaluation of the "Empowerment of Egypt's Children to take actions in Schools and Communities", funded by the European Union (EU) and implemented with co-fund from CARE Deutschland-Luxemburg in partnership with Save the Children UK (SCUK); the Jesuit Brothers Association (JBA); and the Youth Association for Environment and Development (YADE). According to the agreement with the EU, the project started in January 2011 and will last for 36 months. It is expected to get a no cost extension for six months to compensate the delay that took place at the beginning of the project due to the 25th of January Revolution events. Read More...

Empowerment of Egypt’s Children to Take Actions in Schools and Communities Final Evaluation

This is the 44-page report of the Final Evaluation of the "Empowerment of Egypt's Children to take actions in Schools and Communities", funded by the European Union (EU) and implemented with co-fund from CARE Deutschland-Luxemburg e.V in partnership with Save the Children UK (SCUK); Jesuit Brothers Association (JBA); and Youth Association for Environment and Development (YADE). According to the agreement with the EU, the project started in January 2011 and was contracted to last for 36 months. The implementer got six months no cost extension to compensate the delays took place at the beginning of the project as a result of the uprisings in Egypt in 2011.
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