Formative & Summative Evaluations

Summative Evaluation

To conduct End Term Evaluation (ETE) of the Bomet Water Sanitation and Hygiene Project

Universal access to safe water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) is crucial for the elimination of poverty, and underpins all aspects of social, economic, and sustainable development. It is estimated that at least 783 million people still lack access to improved drinking water sources and, with 2.4 billion people still lacking access. Read more

Summative Evaluation

Gender Advocacy Strategy Development- Coffee value Chain for the Gender and Generational Empowerment Programme in Tanzania

Hivos together with Twin & Twin Trading Limited through funding from Comic Relief are working with Vuasu Cooperative Union (VCU) in Same, Kilimanjaro region. Vuasu Cooperative Union, like many East African coffee POs, faces two main challenges: improving its productivity to bridge the gap with other origins (225 - 250 kg/ha against 600kg/ha in Ethiopia or 800-1000 kg/ha in Peru, Guatemala or Honduras) and improving its quality to capture part of the growth of the specialty coffee market. Read more

Summative Evaluation

End-term evaluation for the “Strengthening Rural Health Systems for improved Maternal and Child Health” project implemented in Narok County, Kenya

Christian Aid in collaboration with the Narok county government, the Narok Integrated Development Programme (NIDP), Transmara Rural Development Programme (TRDP) and Christian Health Partners (CHP), have been implementing the project “Strengthening Rural Health Systems for improved Maternal and Child Health project in Narok County, Kenya” since January 2013 and ended in December 2016. Read more

Formative Evaluation

To conduct quantitative data collection for the girls in-school and out of school education project in Kwale.

Build Africa is receiving funding from Comic Relief (“Changing Future for Girls”) and from the Big Lottery Fund (“The Wasichana Project”) to support two projects tackling the problems facing girls in accessing a quality education in Kwale County. Read more

Formative Evaluation

To conduct Baseline Assessment for the Better Health for Older People in Africa Programme in Tanzania, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, and Mozambique

The Better Health for Older People in Africa Programme aims to improve access to health and care services for 387,763 poor older women, men and their households in four countries- Ethiopia, Tanzania, Mozambique and Zimbabwe. Read more

Summative Evaluation

To conduct baseline study for the Resilience and Economic Growth in Arid Lands – Improving Resilience (REGAL – IR) and Resilience and Economic Growth in Arid Lands – Accelerated Growth (REGAL – AG) projects in Isiolo, Garissa, Wajir, Marsabit and Turkana Counties in Kenya

The REGAL -IR project is a five year initiative aiming to reduce hunger and poverty, increase social stability and build strong foundations for economic growth by strengthening social, economic, and environmental resilience in pastoral and transitioning communities in Kenya’s arid lands. Read more

Summative Evaluation

HSNP (Phase I) Learning Documentation Social Protection Rights Component in Mandera, Wajir, Turkana and Marsabit

The five year project was implemented in April 2007 to March 2012. HelpAge International was one of the partners implementing the Government of Kenya led and DFID-financed project. In phase I, the Social Protection Rights Component of the project was implemented by HelpAgein the four counties. Read more

Third Party Monitoring and Evaluation

Third Party Monitoring and Evaluation

Design of Akina Mama wa Afrika's Theory of Change

Akina Mama wa Afrika (AMwA) is a feminist-Pan-African leadership development organisation that was founded in 1985 by a group of visionary African women in the United Kingdom but later relocated to Africa with headquarters in Kampala, Uganda. To read more about Akina Mama wa Afrika Click here. Evidence Frontiers facilitated the design of Akina Mama wa Afrika's Theory of Change. To access the final Theory of Change, click here.

Organisation & Capacity Development

Organisation and Capacity Development

Training on Lobby and Advocacy Strategies for Civil Society Organisations in Kwale County

COVAW works to address gender based violence (GBV) in various forms. COVAW has expanded its programs to include commercial sexual exploitation of children and child trafficking. These programs target community members, duty bearers, civil society groups and private actors to change policies, guidelines, attitudes, and practices to these violations of women and girls. Read more