Midterm evaluation

Evaluation externe mi-parcours du programme MAnU « Mwanamke, Amani na Usalama »

Le programme MAnU est mis en oeuvre dans un contexte social dominé par l’insécurité dans les nombreux villageset entitésdes territoires de la RDC oùceprogramme est exécuté. Durant la période évaluée du programmeMAnU, les conflits armés sontencore récurrents dans certains villages des territoires de Rutshuru, de Masisi et d’Uvira.
La promotion des droits de la femme fait face à des défis d’ordre culturels dans les communautés locales jusqu’au somment de l’Etat. Par exemple, l’équipe MAnU de Kinshasa, a rapporté le propos négatif d’un ministrepar rapport à la vulgarisation du code de la famille et la resolution 1325.1Au niveau local, certains gardiens de coutume résistent aux changements de certaines normes sociales qu’ils considèrent comme une valeur coutumière. (102 pages) Read More...

ESTUDIO CUALITATIVO DE PERCEPCIÓN DE NIÑOS, NIÑAS Y ADOLESCENTES EN EL MARCO DEL PROYECTO NIÑAS CON OPORTUNIDADES

El presenta texto constituye el Informe final de consultoría Estudio cualitativo de percepción de niños, niñas y adolescentes en el marco del Proyecto Niñas Con Oportunidades (NCO).
Es necesario aclarar que, aunque el título del Estudio mencione únicamente a niños, niñas y adolescentes, el pedido expreso de CARE Perú fue que se recogiera la percepción acerca del proyecto y de sus diversos ejes también entre docentes, padres de familia y directivos de las Instituciones educativas (IIEE) seleccionadas para el caso.
En esa ruta, el documento presenta los resultados del estudio diferenciando a cada uno de los actores (o usuarios) y toda la información que sustenta su análisis y sus hallazgos, tanto de orden narrativo (grupos focales y entrevistas) como de orden visual (dibujos y tarjetas significativas). Read More...

Resultados a dos años del Proyecto ”Niñas con Oportunidades”

El proyecto aborda la problemática de la falta de oportunidades de las niñas y adolescentes en situación de pobreza debido a la no culminación oportuna de la educación secundaria, particularmente las de zonas rurales y urbanas marginales. (18 pgs) Read More...

Mid-term Evaluation for GAC-Funded Education Projects

Mid-term Evaluation of three GAC-funded Education projects implemented by Save the Children Canada, CARE Canada, and Plan Canada in Egypt. CARE Canada-managed project was titled: Improving Syrian and Egyptian Children’s Access to Formal and Informal Education (ACCESS). Read More...

POWER Africa Midline – Effects of Linkage (Rwanda Cote d’Ivoire) Report Oct 2017

This report contains an midline analysis of CARE’s POWER/PROFIR (Promoting Opportunities for Women’s Economic Empowerment) project on the financial health of village savings and loans groups in Cote d’Ivoire and Rwanda. The project is a collaboration between CARE Canada, Access Africa, and MasterCard Foundation. POWER Africa /PROFIR is based on the VSLA approach as a means to provide access to valuable financial services and build a pathway towards formal financial inclusion for poor households in rural areas. The key measures of the effects of linkage that are assess in this study are (1) Standardized return on savings (ROS), (2) Standardized return on assets (ROA), (3) Savings per member, (4) bank balances, (5) bank account usage, and (6) Adoption of individual bank accounts. These indicators measure the outcomes of the project along key dimensions of POWER Africa/PROFIR’s objectives of building financial capacity for all clients and decreasing gender gaps in access to and control of financial skills, assets, and services. We also look at how group characteristics, like the proportion of women members, attendance, access to credit, and Read More...

Every Voice Counts (EVC) Midterm Evaluation Reports

Every Voice Counts (EVC) in a multi-country program being implemented in sic countries by CARE Netherlands in partnership with The Hague Academy for Local Governance, CARE Country Offices, and local Civil Society Organizations, and funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, under the auspices of strategic partnership "Dialogue and Dissent." [94 pages] Read More...

The Win-Win for Gender, Agriculture and Nutrition Project Midline Assessment

Results of the midline assessment report for The Win-Win for Gender, Agriculture and Nutrition Project. [18 pages] Read More...

Every Voice Counts (EVC) Programme Inclusive Governance in Fragile Settings Midterm Report Burundi

Every Voice Counts (EVC) Programme aims to contribute to inclusive and effective governance processes in fragile settings since 1st of January 2016 to 31st December 2020. The programme is implemented by Care Netherlands (CNL), CARE Country Offices (COs) and local partners in Sudan, Somalia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Rwanda and Burundi. In Burundi, this program is implemented in 3 provinces (Gitega, Muyinga, Kirundo) in 8 communes and 80 collines. This document provides the results of the mid-term review conducted in July 2018 in Burundi. [124 pages] Read More...

Every Voice Counts (EVC) Program Mid Term Review Report

This report presents a Mid-Term Review of the Every Voice Counts (EVC) Program and presents the key evaluation questions of relevancy, efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability. In the methodology, a triangulation of data is presented with emphasis on comprehensive desk review of key internal and external documents relevant to the project, theory of change and Harvesting of Outcomes (OH), structured questionnaires, key informant interviews and focus group discussions with a representative sample. Statistical data is presented in form of charts, frequency tables and logical framework. The evaluation report provides clear, evidence-based and analytical answers to all the agreed evaluation questions and includes the assessment of the cross-cutting topics. It contains all the necessary raw data information that have been used in the process of data collection and analysis, and any other necessary annexes and references used. Stories of change have been highlighted to support the stated quantitative data. Data have been disaggregated by provinces, gender and type of organization of the respondents. The aim of this assignment is to conduct the external Midterm Review (MTR) of the Every Voice Counts Program as described in this ToR, following the four (04) domains, that is, empowerment of members of excluded groups in particular, women and girls on lobby and advocacy, strengthening the advocacy of CSOs, enhancing responsiveness of public authorities and other power holders and strengthening space for dialogue and negotiations. These are reflected under the key evaluation questions of OECD (relevancy, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability). In the particular, the evaluation focused on the following: Describe progress in relation to the country Theory of Change (ToC) and objectives of the EVC Program and as compared to baseline; Describe what went well, what did not and what could be improved. [177 pages] Read More...

BECOMES Midterm Review Report

At the mid-point of BECOMES there is evidence the project has enhanced the capacity of smallholder cocoa farmers, strengthened collective farming practices and made a solid start on building the capacity of community coops and business groups. BECOMES’ successful Model Farming Families (MFF) strategy and Farmer Business Management Training (FBMT) have enhanced the capacity of local farmers to contribute to improved cocoa farming practices and increased gender equity within smallholder households. Changes towards more gender equitable social practices in individuals and groups, entrepreneurial capacity building and improved access to value chain opportunities have led to greater involvement of women and young farmers in cocoa production and more equity in the economic benefits. This win-win situation has been widely recognized by smallholders and industry stakeholders. Read More...

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