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Implementation of Social Accountability Framework (ISAF): Interim Report

The Implementation of Social Accountability Framework (ISAF) project is managed by CARE and its local NGO partners and involves priority actions including Information for Citizen (I4C) activities, budget awareness raising, and facilitation of the community scorecard approach and self-assessments. Significant progress was made towards achieving the I-SAF project goal during this reporting period from 01 November 2017 to 30 April 2018. The Implementation Plan of the Social Accountability Framework specifies the following implementation arrangements, which determines the roles and participation of the various actors and stakeholders. 272 Local None Governmental Organization (LNGO) partners were successfully recruited which 20 NGOs are implementing partners, four horizontal partners and three specialized training partners.
On all levels of government, national and sub-national levels, most authorities have shown an enthusiasm for the I-SAF project, particularly services providers at the district level. During the reporting period, Community Accountability Facilitators (CAFs) were completed refresher training in Module1-3 and ISAF cycle was readjusted to fit with CARE’s financial year. The inception meetings and I4C awareness meetings were conducted in all of CARE’s allocated districts, which were attended by government officials from the commune council, primary school, and health centre. Whereas, community scorecard and service provider self-assessment meetings are on-going. [24 pages] Read More...

SECOND TREND SURVEY REPORT 2ND DRAFT MAZIKO PROJECT (NUTRITION FOUNDATIONS FOR MOTHERS AND CHILDREN)

This report presents results of the 2014 second trend survey carried out by CARE Malawi, in March, 2014. The report is the source of information of outcome indicators for children, lactating and pregnant mothers’ wellbeing which include health, nutrition, water and sanitation gender and social empowerment. In addition to presenting values for the specific indicators CARE Malawi values the report because it provides valuable information on the status of its activities on women and children in term of access to basic needs such as food, nutrition and health. The report also reveals the progress made over the two years towards the contribution of MAZIKO to the wellbeing of children and caregivers in Kasungu and Dowa. [127 pages] Read More...

Grad 2016 ir assessment

This 106 page report highlights progress against the goals of the USAID-funded GRAD program focusing... Read More...

Grad ir assessment report 2015

This 73 page report covers the 3rd year assessment for the USAID-funded GRAD program for livelihoods... Read More...

Alp 2014 report

This 98 page report highlights progress from CARE's DFID-funded Adaptation and Learning Program Read More...

Forest programme – annual review 2014-final rpt

CARE International in Uganda, in partnership with 6 national civil society organizations (ACCU, ACOD... Read More...

Grad 2014 ir assessment report

This 71 page report reviews the second year results of the USAID-funded GRAD program for livelihoods... Read More...

Grad ir assessment report (2013) – final

First year assessment report of USAID-funded GRAD program for livelihoods, safety nets, and resilien... Read More...

Final report care sindh evaluation 0811

The DEC Phase 1 project was implemented from August 2010 to February 2011 with a budget of £1,146,33... Read More...

Zwe – dams and gardens impact assessment – sep 07

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