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Zambia Prevention, Care & Treatment Partnership Project II Mid-Term

ZPCT II is a five-year, $124 million contract supporting Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) service delivery in six of Zambia’s ten provinces (Central, Copperbelt, Luapula, Muchinga, Northern, and North Western). To date, $82 million has been obligated into the award, spanning nine program areas. The five main objectives of ZPCT II are the following:
1. Expanding existing HIV/AIDS services and scaling up new services, as part of a comprehensive package that emphasizes prevention, strengthening the health system, and supporting the priorities of the Ministry of Health (MOH) and the National HIV/ AIDS/Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI)/ Tuberculosis (TB) Council (NAC).
2. Increasing the involvement and participation of partners and stakeholders to provide a comprehensive HIV/AIDS service package that emphasizes prevention, strengthens the health system, and supports the priorities of the MOH and the NAC.
3. Increasing the capacity of the Provincial Medical Offices (PMOs) and District Medical Offices (DMOs) to perform technical and program management functions.
4. Building and managing public-private partnerships (PPPs) to expand and strengthen HIV/AIDS service delivery, emphasizing prevention, in private sector health facilities.
5. Integrating service delivery and other activities, emphasizing prevention, at the national, provincial, district, facility, and community levels through joint planning with the GRZ, other United States Government (USG), and non-USG partners. [111 pages] Read More...

Strengthening Peri Urban Risk Reduction in Zambia (SPURRZ)

The report describes the outcomes of an After Action Review (AAR) conducted by the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Unit (MELU) of CARE Zambia in Lusaka. The main objective of this exercise was to assess what worked and what did not and to develop recommendations. The AAR brought together staff from key stakeholders: CARE Zambia’s SPURRZ project, Lusaka City Council, Kanyama Water Trust, the District Health Management Team and the Ward Development Committee. Read More...

End-Term Evaluation of the Strengthening Community Schools to Provide Education and other Related Services (SCORES) Project

The Strengthening Community Schools to provide Education and Other Related Services(SCORES) project was a three and a half year action that commenced in January 2010 and ended in June 2013. The overall objective of the action was improving access to and quality of social services in education and health through the empowerment of local communities and non state actors (NSA). The specific objective of the project was 30 community schools in Lundazi and Chama districts of Eastern Province lead their communities in providing services in response to education and HIV/AIDS needs. The project was funded by the European Union which committed Euro 750,000 to the project and CARE Deutschland-Luxemburg (CARE DL) matched this amount with Euro 250,000. [71 pages] Read More...

Integrating Adolescent Girls in Peri-urban Risk Reduction in Zambia (IAGPURRZ)

The Integrating Adolescent Girls in Peri-urban Risk Reduction in Zambia (IAGPURRZ) has been under implementation for one year - 28th September, 2012 to 29th September, 2013. The objective of the project was to integrate the needs of adolescent girls into already-existing Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) plans in Kanyama settlement and to educate the girls with the necessary knowledge to change their behavior and advocate for positive behavior change in their community. The ultimate intent of the intervention was to contribute to the goal of minimizing disaster related risks and vulnerability of adolescent girls through risk analysis, capacity building and information sharing. [27 pages]
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Communities, Organizing and Mobilizing to Eliminate mother to child Transmission (COMET)

This End of Project Evaluation was done to highlight results for implementing the above mentioned interventions over the last two years. The study was conducted between December 2015 and January 2016 and generated results through the use of both quantitative and qualitative assessment methods; field visits, household interviews, key informant interviews, focus group discussions, project document reviews (i.e., MoH-National PMTCT reports and protocols including COMET project progress reports and facility Health Management Information System – 2015)). The subsequent sections will highlight some of the findings. [44 page] Read More...

Improving Syrian and Egyptian Children’s Access to Formal and Informal Education

The project was part of the inclusive response of Canada to the regional impact of the Syrian crisis. The three-years project aimed at improving the lives of vulnerable Egyptian and Syrian children in Greater Cairo by fulfilling their urgent needs to education and child protection, enhancing social coherence in refugees hosting communities. Certainly, children are the most vulnerable category in refugees and hosting communities. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Education (MoE) exerts all possible efforts to fulfill all requests. [36 pages] Read More...

Digital Sub‐Wallets for Increased Financial Empowerment of Women

This report summarizes the findings from a pilot study of two interventions intended to promote gender equality, a mobile banking innovation and financial counseling for households, in western Uganda between September 2016 and March 2017. The study was designed and analyzed by DoubleXEconomy. The interventions were implemented by CARE Uganda in partnership with Post Bank, Uganda. The data were collected by IPA Uganda. Read More...

Evaluation of Lifesaving Shelter, Protection, and Health Support for South Sudanese Refugees

This evaluation was designed using a mixed method approach, employing systematic review of documents and Most Significant Change (MSC) technique, adapted from Davies and Dart’s most significant change guide to collect change stories at individual, family and community level from 24 project beneficiaries (8 women on SRMCH; 2 males, 6 female PSNs on Shelter; 1 male, 7 females on GBV). The MSC interviews focused on documenting change. Eight (8) Key Informant Interviews were also conducted with the CARE Program, MEAL, and UNHCR OPM staff. Read More...

Projet Education Civique et Soutien aux Initiatives de paix au Niger (Niger Espoir) Rapport Final

La présente étude porte sur l’évaluation finale du Projet Education Civique et Soutien aux Initiatives de paix au Niger (Niger Espoir) dans les quatre(4) régions d’intervention à savoir: Diffa, Maradi, Niamey et Zinder. Read More...

Projet Initiative Paix et Diversité au Sahel (IPAD) au Niger et au Burkina Faso Rapport Final

Cette évaluation finale a pour objet d’apprécier, après trois ans (2015 à 2017) de mise en œuvre, les changements induits par le projet «Initiative Paix et Diversité au Sahel (IPAD) dont la finalité était de contribuer à la mise en œuvre des résolutions du Conseil de sécurité des Nations Unies sur les femmes, la paix et la sécurité, notamment les résolutions 1325 et 1820 dans huit (8) communes au Niger et au Burkina Faso. Il s’agit, respectivement, de cinq Communes (Namaro, Tamou, Say, Liboré et Hamdallaye) de deux (2) départements (Kollo et Say) de la région de Tillabéry au Niger et de trois (3) Communes(Falangountou, Boundoré et Sampelga) de deux (2) provinces (Séno et du Yagha) dans la région de Dori au Burkina Faso. Read More...

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