Cash For Work

Final Project End-line assessment of Shelter, NFI, Hygiene, SRHR and Livelihood Support for Disaster-Affected Populations in Afghanistan 2018-2020

The Emergency Shelter, NFI, Hygiene, SRHR and Livelihood Support for Disaster-Affected Populations in Afghanistan 2018-2020 Project aims to provide emergency assistance to the identified beneficiaries settled in Kabul, Parwan, Kapisa, Balkh, Ghazni, Khost and Paktya provinces of Afghanistan. The interventions covered under this project included Shelter, NFI, WASH, Livelihoods and SRHR needs of the women, men, boys and girls affected by disasters. The sample of 352 households for this end line evaluation was structured as according to the proportion beneficiaries per the different project outputs The two main output blocks of hygiene/SRHR on the one hand and different forms of cash and NFI support on the other are well captured in the end line survey. In addition to the quantitative approach, 8 FGDs, 7 KIIs and 3 IDIs conducted were conducted with the project beneficiaries, stakeholders and the GAC project team.

Cyclone Idai Response and Recovery Project in Manicaland Province: Final Evaluation Report

CARE International in Zimbabwe and the International Rescue Committee (IRC) Consortium implemented an ECHO funded project in Chipinge and Chimanimani districts. The consortium implemented early recovery interventions, seeking to address the immediate WASH and basic needs of the Cyclone Idai affected populations. The interventions were centered on a community-based integrated approach focusing on building local capacities and empowering communities to regain control over their lives and become more resilient using a robust cash-based component. The project is targeting a total of 9 wards in Chimanimani and Chipinge districts. The project also implemented integrated WASH support interventions in 2 wards in Chipinge district and 1 ward in Chimanimani district whilst implementing the Multi-Purpose Cash Transfer project in 4 wards in Chimanimani district.

The eleven-month project (1 May 2019 to 30 March 2020) aimed to respond to the urgent needs of vulnerable populations through integrated WASH, food security and livelihoods assistance. The overall objective of the project is to provide immediate access to integrated WASH and food security and livelihoods support to the cyclone-affected population.

The consortium conducted an internal final evaluation survey in ward 1 & 4 of Chipinge district and wards 10, 13, 14, 16, 17 & 21 of Chimanimani district for all the interventions to facilitate evidence-based monitoring and evaluation as well as to match targets with the expected project outcomes. The results will be used to draw lessons learnt for future programming. This survey adopted a quantitative and qualitative methodology. A survey questionnaire with close ended questions administered through KoBo collect. Qualitatively, Focus group Discussions with project beneficiaries and Key Informant interviews were sources of data for this assignment. A review of project documents was also done in assessing the intervention. In selecting project beneficiaries to engage in the end line survey, proportional stratified random sampling was employed.

The compilation of the project evaluation report was made possible by individuals who dedicated their valuable time. Sincere gratitude to the CARE International and International Rescue Committee (IRC) project staff for their tireless efforts throughout the course of the evaluation. Appreciation goes to the recruited enumerators who participated actively in the collection and processing of the survey data. Special mention also goes to the project staff and managers for the administrative and logistical support during the exercise. The respondents (Cyclone Response and Recovery Project beneficiaries) in Chipinge and Chimanimani are specially thanked for their participation as units of analysis for the evaluation, without them the exercise would not have been possible. Special mention also goes to the CARE & IRC Monitoring and Evaluation unit for analysis and report writing. Read More...

Addressing Food Crisis in Yemen

In 2017, in response to the one of the world's worst manmade crises, a consortium of CARE and Action Contra La Faim (ACF) implemented a EU-Funded Multi-Purpose Cash program in Abyan and Amran governorates with a mean aim of enhancing food security (FS) as well as supporting livelihood activities, savings groups and the resilience of communities with the rehabilitation of critical community-identified shared assets. The program design was aligned to the Humanitarian Development Nexus framework, which focuses on a shift from supplying humanitarian assistance to those who need it, to reducing the demand for humanitarian assistance by addressing the root causes.

This report presents the evaluation findings from the project during over its full implementation period (October 2017- February 2019) in the targeted areas. It uses the DAC Evaluation Criteria: Relevance, Efficiency, Effectiveness, Impact and Sustainability. It also provides insight on the internal and external factors influencing the achievement (or non-achievement) of the project objectives. The analysis should inform decisions about replicating interventions, draw conclusions about the effectiveness of the implementation strategies, highlight lessons learned and lead to recommendations to inform future programming and policymaking. Read More...

Afghanistan Joint Response 2 post-project

The Afghanistan Joint Response 2 Project 2017 is implemented in Nangrahar and Laghman Provinces funded by DRA and implemented by CARE/ Development & Humanitarian Services for Afghanistan-DHSA in order to provide emergency response to the needy and most vulnerable IDPs and returnees as undocumented for the year 2017 including the most affected children and women to be covered under UCG and CFW. This Post Assessment report is drafted to state to analyze, measure and understand the impacts of the project over IDPs, Returnees and female headed households, who were identified by meeting the set criteria’s Care/DHSA in coordination with DoRR & CARE Kabul as approved. This assessment also revealed the project beneficiaries benefited from Cash for Work and unconditional cash. In addition, the assessment intended to measure the achievements of the project according the planned objectives and the impacts after implementing the above mentioned two interventions. Read More...

ECHO Sud Baseline

Le projet CARE / Echo Sud est un projet de redressement et de renforcement de la capacité de résilience des communautés les plus vulnérables affectées par le choc climatique dans le District d’Ambovombe Androy. Ce district se trouve dans la région Sud de Madagascar qui a été, depuis 2014, terriblement touchée par les sécheresses. Ces sécheresses ont drainé un impact négatif sur les communautés locales en affectant leurs moyens de subsistance, leur sécurité alimentaire et leur santé.
Dans son intervention, le projet soutiendra les communautés les plus affectées et fournira des réponses à leurs besoins essentiels de nourriture et d’eau. Il vise 18.500 bénéficiaires directs dont 11.100 femmes et 7.400 hommes. En tout, ce projet atteindra environ 10,36 % de la population totale affectée dans la région d’Androy. Les femmes, et les femmes célibataires cheffes de familles seront potentiellement les principales cibles de cette action.
Ce projet est une approche intégrée basée sur l’assistance financière en espèces (Cash-forwork et transferts monétaires inconditionnels), la distribution de semences certifiées adaptées au changement climatique, des petits outils agricoles, de stockages de semences, ainsi que l’amélioration de l’accès à l’eau grâce à la construction d’infrastructures d’approvisionnement en eau. Il sera mis en oeuvre dans sept Communes les plus affectées dans le district d’Ambovombe, notamment les Communes rurales d’Ambazoa, d’Ambanisarika, d’Ambonaivo, d’Ambondro, d’Analamary, d’Erada, et de Tsimananada.

Support to Vulnerable Households through Cash For Work in Sool / Sanaag Regions Final Evaluation Report

CFW project had been identified as an appropriate intervention following a worsening humanitarian si... Read More...

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