Myanmar

Strengthening Non-State Actors for Peace in Kayah State: Mid-Term Review

Emerging Markets Consulting (EMC) was commissioned by Care Myanmar to carry out a midterm review (MTR) of its Strengthening Non-State Actors for Peace (SNAP) in Kayah State. CARE’s project goal is to enable non-state actors, particularly the Karenni State Women’s Network (KSWN), to support women’s organizations and grassroots members in representing their constituents’ interests in governmental and peace processes. The overall objective of the MTR is to assess the project’s progress in achieving its objectives and outcomes, in addition to facilitating a process to increase the capacity of key stakeholders in all steps of the learning cycle. More specifically, the MTR assesses the efficiency and effectiveness of the project in making progress towards achieving areas of impact, and assesses the likely achievement of expected results and specific objectives as specified within CARE’s logical framework. [23 pages] Read More...

Improving Access to Safe Employment For Migrant Women in Myanmar

CARE International in Myanmar (CIM) implemented “Improving Access to Safe Employment for Migrant Women in urban Myanmar” (hereinafter referred to as “The Project”) between July 2013 and 30 June 2017, with funding from CARE Australia (CAUST), under the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s (DFAT) Australian NGO Cooperation Agreement Partnership (ANCP), with a total AU$2.5 million. [43 pages] Read More...

Improving Access to Safe Employment for Migrant Women in Myanmar

Description of the document: This 43-page document evaluates the success of the Safe Employment project. It aimed to provide options for more safe jobs, implement accessible sexual and reproductive health and legal services, reduce sexual and or gender-based violence and increase social support for migrant women. The project operated in the HlaingTharya Township, Yangon and the townships of Pathein Gyi and Aung Myay Tharzan, Mandalay, Myanmar. Read More...

Women’s Empowerment Project Myanmar

Endline evaluation of the CARE Norway supported women’s empowerment programme in Myanmar. Read More...

Myanmar harmreduction eop report feb2012

The overall project goals was to reduce HIV transmission and HIV-related morbidity and mortality amo... Read More...

Myanmar klrp endreport may2010

The intervention supported 2,500 vulnerable ex-opium growing households in Tar Shwe Tan, Shao Kai an... Read More...

Myanmar rrhlsp end of project evaluation jan 2012

RRHLSP sought to substantially enhance household livelihood security (assets, income and health) of ... Read More...

Myanmar nrswash eopevaluation nov2011

The objective of the project was to mitigate the impact of flooding on vulnerable people in Northern... Read More...

Myanmar cnhr wash eop evaluation oct2011

The objective of the project was to address the short and long-term needs for safe and clean water, ... Read More...

Myanmar girier endline assessment-may2011

The Cyclone Giri – Emergency Response Project for shelter reconstruction was implemented by CARE Mya... Read More...

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