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Measurement Of Projects’ Impact

At the inception of the projects, a need assessment and baseline survey is normally conducted to identify gaps in the project area and take note of the magnitude of the problem/ challenges to be addressed. Baseline surveys have been conducted in some of the projects to include USAID and Ford Foundation Projects which gave a picture of the situation on the ground.

An end of project evaluation is usually conducted where a consultant undertakes a literature review on available baseline survey and SGBV project documents and reports. The outcomes of the project were evaluated internally and identified periodically and captured in the reports.

Needs assessments are normally conducted by the outreach team through a desktop review or through qualitative and quantitative methods. This is normally done before the start of the project. Continuous monitoring and evaluation of the project outcomes are normally conducted to determine the effectiveness of the project deliverables.