Sudan

CIS South and East Darfur Emergency Assistance Project

The project under evaluation is a one-year project from May, 2017 to May, 2018, but closed in 14 August, 2018, after a none extension period of 3 months. The project is supported by OFDA and was implemented in one locality in East Darfur and other four localities in South Darfur with total budget of 2.7 M $, with the objective to contribute to the immediate life-saving needs and development of sustainable services for the reduction of morbidity and mortalityamong IDP, returnee and affected host community men, women, girls and boys in East Darfur and South Darfur. This objective is tailored to be achieved through a number of activities and associated outputs, grouped into the main sectors of health, nutrition and WASH. Read More...

Secure Economies and Diversified Livelihoods for Peaceful Coexistence South Darfur and South Kordofan (SEED)

Care International Switzerland in Sudan (CIS) implemented the Secure Economies and Diversified Livelihoods for Peaceful Coexistence in South Darfur and South Kordofan (SEED) project in Sudan. The project aimed to improve household food security and income and contribute to building peaceful coexistence. SEED was implemented in two localities of South Darfur (Kass and Gereida) and in three localities of South Kordofan (Abu Jebeiha, Rashad and Alabassiya). In total, 8,525 households were targeted, including women, youth, traders and traditional leaders in pastoralist and farming communities. Read More...

South Darfur Emergency Assistance and Recovery Programme

Care International Switzerland (CIS) has been operating in South Darfur since 2009, providing emergency and early recovery interventions in water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), health and nutrition. The current South Darfur Emergency Assistance and Recovery Program focuses specifically on these three sectors, and aims to provide services to the most vulnerable in Assalaya, Kalma, Kass, Gereida and Kubum IDP camps in South and East Darfur. This baseline evaluation survey of existing Knowledge, Attitude, and Practices (KAP) was conducted in order to guide and develop behaviour changes in the three intervention areas, as well as learn from previous project efforts. To this end, a mixed approach of quantitative and qualitative methods was used. Read More...

Care vslas in south darfur final report

This 60 page report highlights the impacts that VSLAs have on resilience in Sudan Read More...

South darfur emergency assistance program (nutrition) post program evaluation report

The South Darfur Emergency Assistance Programme (NUTRITION) has been carried by CARE International F... Read More...

Care International Switzerland Nutrition Project in Kass, South Darfur Evaluation

Care International Switzerland completed a one year common humanitarian fund project on nutrition Read More...

Sdearp final evaluation report (final draft 1-sep-2012)

The main purpose of this report is to present the SDEARP final evaluation findings. The focus of the... Read More...

An evaluation of care international switzerland nutrition project in kass, south darfur

Care International Switzerland completed a one year common humanitarian fund project on nutrition in... Read More...

Final external evaluation report – leap

The LEAP project strategy builds on the thesis that the well-being of pastoral and agro-pastoral com... Read More...

Final external evaluation appendices – leap

The LEAP project strategy builds on the thesis that the well-being of pastoral and agro-pastoral com... Read More...

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