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FSDU Final Project Report

CARE International in Uganda with funding from FSDU implemented a twenty months digitalized financial service project targeting 12,350 youth in Kibaale/Kagadi district. The project end date was 31/12/2016. The project had an extension of three months, 1stJanuary to 31stMarch 2017 at IPO level and 28th/04/2017 at CARE level respectively. The project goal was that “Rural and peri-urban youth aged (15-30yrs) in Kibaale/Kagadi district have increased access to financial services and engage meaningfully with the financial market
actors for sustainable financial inclusion”. The project had four specific objectives that focused on; strengthening the organizational capacity of youth through Youth Savings and Loans Associations (YSLAs) as the first step towards inclusion in the financial sector; ensuring establishment of structures that enable the youth to access formal financial services; provision of technical support that builds the financial industry’s knowledge base that heightens youth financial inclusion and establishment of a structure that supports the formal financial institutions’ and telecom companies to outgrow the “sub-scale trap” and reach a critical mass of youth customers. [42 pages] Read More...

Financial Sector Deepening in Uganda (FSDU) Baseline

CARE International Uganda (CARE) is presently implementing a pilot project for the digitalized financial services for the youth with funding from Financial Sector Deepening in Uganda (FSDU). The overall aim of the project is to ensure that 12,399 youth in Kibaale district are accessing financial education and services through Youth Savings and Loan Associations (YSLAs) and linking them through a digitalized platform using AIRTEL services to postBank. It also intends to institute youth friendly products in financial institutions so that the youth can be able to improve their household incomes. Read More...

Refugee Assistant Initiative in Liberia (RAIL) End of Project Impact Survey

The RAIL project designed to help the UNHCR to provide basic assistance to refugees by strengthening their existing capacity, while promoting self-reliance and livelihoods, is a multi-sector project.

The project was looking at water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), livelihood with focus on Village Saving and Loan Associations (VSLA) and support to the education of the refugee children, through Early Childhood Education, meant to help develop and mold the minds of the children in their early years while their brains are still pliable.

This multi-faceted approach enhances the protection of the rights of refugees in order to maintain a favorable environment and sustained local integration for those wanting to stay in Liberia. [11 pages] Read More...

ANCP Malwai Microfinance Project Final Evaluation

The Malawi Microfinance Project is a three-year Australian NGO Cooperative Program (ANCP) funded project that is being implemented in Dowa (TA Dzoole and Chiwere), Lilongwe (TA Kalumbu) and Kasungu (TA Kaomba, Mwase and Njombwa). The Project, which started in October 2013 and ending in June 2016, was being implemented with the overall aim of helping 20,000 rural households to overcome chronic food insecurity through enabling women access to finance, appropriate training and finance. An end of project evaluation was commissioned by Care Malawi to assess the overall performance of Malawi Microfinance Project against set goals and outcome benchmarks. Read More...

Projet Velontegna Rapport Intermediaire

Le projet VELONTEGNA, financé par la Coopération Allemande intervient dans le domaine de la sécurité alimentaire et couvre 6 communes des deux Districts de la Région Atsinanana, à savoir Brickaville et Toamasina II. Mis en œuvre par les deux partenaires CARE International et l’ONG SAF FJKM, il a débuté ses activités proprement dites depuis son lancement officiel au mois de septembre 2015 et a entamé actuellement les 53% de sa période de mise en œuvre. Malgré les efforts de l’Etat actuel, les impacts de la longue crise politique de 2009 à 2013 se font sentir à travers la vie sociale et surtout économique du pays et continuent à sévir dans tous les aspects de la vie des citoyens. Selon le groupe de la Banque Mondiale dans le rapport « Madagascar Vue d’ensemble » Madagascar affiche des résultats en matière d’éducation, de santé, de nutrition et d’accès à l’eau parmi les plus faibles du monde, 90 % de la population vit dans la pauvreté, le PIB par habitant s’élève à 420 dollars, un enfant sur deux (de moins de cinq ans) souffre de malnutrition chronique ; et le pays est classé au 154e rang sur 187 pays de l’indice de développement humain réalisé en 2015. Read More...

MAHAFATOKY Project Final Report

This 47 page report covers the project's achievements during the period running from January 1st to December 31st, 2016.The project has achieved an overall progress of 96% for its activities compared with the targets set for Year 2 for activity implementation in its 16 communes of intervention (see Annex Table 2). At this stage of the project, 27,952 households out of the 50,000 planned, or 139,760 people out of the 250,000 planned, have been directly reached, i.e. 56% of the final beneficiaries. Read More...

Projet AINA Rapport Final

Le projet AINA mis en œuvre par CARE International à Madagascar a démarré en mai 2013 dans la Région de l’Anosy, district d’Amboasary Atsimo, au niveau de 6 communes à savoir Ebelo, Ifotaka, Behara, Amboasary, Sampona et Tanandava. Le projet a pris fin en décembre 2016, une phase d’extension sans coût supplémentaire est accordée pour la période de mai 2016 à décembre 2016.
Le Sud de Madagascar est reconnu par l’insécurité qui a surtout régné pendant les deux premières années de mise en œuvre du projet. C’est également une zone subissant les impacts du phénomène El Nino, la baisse importante de la précipitation a entrainé deux années de difficulté alimentaire affectant la santé nutritionnelle des ménages, mais aussi surtout des enfants de bas âge. Read More...

Good Growth Project Baseline Report

CARE International in Ghana sought to collect information on the background sociodemographic characteristics and nutritional status of children 0-24 mo of age in selected communities in the East Mamprusi District of the Northern Region, where the organization intended to implement its Good Growth Project with the view to improving health and nutrition of children in the district.
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GRAD Project Final Performance Evaluation

The performance evaluation of Graduation with Resilience to Achieve Sustainable Development (GRAD) Activity assessed the activity’s results at higher and intermediate levels, the extent to which the activity met its goals, the overall effectiveness of partnerships and identified the strengths and challenges in implementation. Six evaluation questions were investigated to assess the: (1) Technical areas of GRAD, which have and have not exhibited sizable results; (2) Extent of beneficiary households’ asset and income changes over the life-of-the activity; (3) Extent of households’ resiliency improvement during periods of shock; (4) Level of GRAD partners’ influence in the beneficiary households’ graduation process; (5) Extent of the activity’s contribution to gender equity and women empowerment; and (6) Effectiveness of GRAD’s collaboration/complementarity with other feed the future activities. [138 pages]
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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...

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