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Evalution report of DIPECHO X project, Honduras

End of project Evaluation highlighting the evolution of the project DIPECHO X Honduras that aims at strengthening resilience of vulnerable families from the Dry Corridor. The document intents to provide an overall vision of the operation implemented and the impact they had on the field. [53 pages] Read More...

Vamos de casa en casa, a ver la cosecha! Línea de base final – Estudio (CAP) Capacidades, Aptitudes y Practicas.

End of project CAP study highlighting the evolution of the project DIPECHO X Honduras that aims at strengthening resilience of vulnerable families from the Dry Corridor. The document intents to provide an overall vision of the operation implemented and the impact they had on the field. [38 pages] Read More...

Estudio Final de Conocimientos, Actitudes y Practicas del Proyecto “mejorando la capacitad de resiliencia y la repuesta a desastres de poblaciones expuestas a multi-amenazas en el departamento de Quiché, Gautemala”

This document is the final CAP study from project DIPECHO X Guatemala, a project that aims at enhancing the resiliency and adaptation capacities of vulnerable populations living in Quiché department who are facing multiples risks (earthquake, drought…). The project focus on most vulnerable people it is to say women, youth and disabled people.[51 pages] Read More...

Informe Taller Lecciones Aprendidas y Buenas Prácticas Proyecto DIPECHO 2016-2017

This document gathers good practices and lessons from project DIPECHO X Guatemala, a project that aims at enhancing the resiliency and adaptation capacities of vulnerable populations living in Quiché department who are facing multiples risks (earthquake, drought…). The project focus on most vulnerable people it is to say women, youth and disabled people. [25 pages] Read More...

Mejorando la capacidad de resiliencia y la respuesta a desastres de poblaciones expuestas a multi-amenazas, de los municipios de San Pedro Jocopilas y San Bartolomé Jocotenango, departamento de Quiché: Informe Evaluación Final

This document is the final evaluation of project DIPECHO X Guatemala, a project that aims at enhancing the resiliency and adaptation capacities of vulnerable populations living in Quiché department who are facing multiples risks (earthquake, drought…). The project focus on most vulnerable people it is to say women, youth and disabled people. [33 pages] Read More...

FINAL REPORT – MIDLINE EVALUATION PARTNERS FOR LEARNING (P4L)

The Partners for Learning (P4L) project is implemented by CARE in collaboration with 20 partner organizations and 465 schools since November 2013. P4L’s goal is to identify, enroll, and retain 50,000 out-of-school girls and boys (OOSGB) in the Haitian education system. After three years of implementation, this midline evaluation was conducted to assess the prevalence of OOSGB in targeted areas, given contextual changes such as the destruction caused by Hurricane Matthew; analyze the contribution of P4L training activities on teaching practices; and assess the validity of P4L’s strategies.

The recommendations from the midline are:
- Increase mobilization efforts to identify and enroll OOSGB in areas of high out-of-school prevalence;
- Need to reinforce the project strategy to strengthen retention, as dropout remains a major issue in targeted areas;
- Mobilize other actors in the education sector (MENFP, NGOs through CEC, civil society associations, etc.) to design a national strategy to address retention issues;
- Promote VSLA in each area to support families to enroll and keep their children in school;
- Mobilize funds and create partnerships to improve infrastructure conditions in partner
schools. [39 pages] Read More...

Relief Support for Flood and Cyclone Affected Population in Need in South-East Bangladesh (RESPONSE) Project

Heavy rainfall befell Bangladesh in the last week of June 2015, causing landslides and flash flooding. 29 Upazilas (sub-districts) of the South-Eastern districts of Cox’s Bazar, Bandarban and Chittagong were the worst affected areas as identified by the Department of Disaster Management (DDM) - a Joint Needs Assessment revealed that a total of over 1.8 million people were adversely impacted.

Incessant rainfalls in turn resulted in a depression in the North Bay of Bengal and transformed in to a Cyclonic Storm ‘Komen’ on 30 July 2015, affecting 15 districts situated in the low-lying areas of the coastal belt, offshore islands, and chars. ‘Komen’ led to further heavy to very heavy rainfall across the entire country, and caused inundation in many areas of Southeast Bangladesh, including those which were affected by the initial phase of heavy rainfall. Consequently the lives and livelihoods of a large cross section of people from these areas were severely impacted – JNA and a post-cyclone rapid impact assessment conducted in the most affected districts revealed that the total number of people affected by flash floods and ‘Komen’ stood at 2.6 million in Southern Bangladesh!

The assessments identified Food Security/Supply, Livelihoods, WASH, and Shelter as the immediate needs of the affected people. Humanitarian actors came together to incorporate these needs in to a Joint Response Plan (JRP) aimed at addressing the immediate and emerging adversities facing the most vulnerable and affected communities. The response plan was also endorsed by the key stakeholders including government and donor organizations.

Based on the JRP the National Alliance for Risk Reduction and Response Initiatives (NARRI) consortium undertook a response project in the most affected areas. NARRI responded to the immediate needs of affected communities by providing unconditional cash grants as assistance. CARE Bangladesh led the consortium with Oxfam, Concern Worldwide (CWW), Concern Universal (CU) and Plan International as consortium members, while Handicap International served as technical partner. [4 pages] Read More...

FAIR II: Stories of Influence and Change

4 stories from participants of the FAIR II project. [4 pages] Read More...

For Active Inclusion and Rights of Roma Women in the Western Balkans – FAIR II: Results-Assessment Form

Based on the achievements reached during the first 23 months of the project implementation by CARE and it’s partners, it is fair to assume that the project outcome will be fully achieved as elaborated below. However, it is crucial to note that Roma women partner organizations will still need a continued support, financial and technical support, in order to further build their individual and organizational capacities as well as contribute significantly to national and international policy implementation monitoring, strength-ening the established regional and Europe level partnerships – leading toward a movement building around Roma women rights and voice. [9 pages] Read More...

FAIR II Logframe

Logframe Matrix FAIR II with Baseline and Mid-term data comparison [6 pages] Read More...

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