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26 / 11 2016

Final External Evaluation Report - Save the Children

Study By : Dr. Nahed R. Eid

This report presents the findings of the final external evaluation for the Cash for Work project funded by the Federal Foreign Office, Berlin FFO and implemented by Save the Children (SC). The evaluation work was carried out by Effects for Consultation and Development as an external consultants over a two weeks period in January, 2013.  
This project was initiated, designed, and implemented with the objective of providing vulnerable and food insecure households (youth; male and females, women and men), in remote areas and locations largely affected by protection issues, with Cash for Work employment opportunities through community livelihood and services schemes in order to increase income and improve households ability to meet basic needs and delivery of the following activities:
  • Providing 350 unemployed labour forces with temporary job opportunities for a 22- 40 days period
  • Rehabilitation/renovation and maintenance activities for 10 community centers/KG’s: A total of 40 unskilled labors (40 males), 20 skilled labors (20 males) and 6 supervisors (3 Males, 3 females) were planned to be hired through this activity.  
  • Construct boundary walls and fences for safe playgrounds/safe play areas, greening and landscaping for 5 community centers: A total of 40 unskilled labors (40 males), 12 skilled labors (12males) and 4 supervisors (4 females) were planned to be hired through this activity.
  • Collection of Agricultural Waste to Make Compost: A total of 100 unskilled labors (100 females) and 8 supervisors (8 females) were planned to be hired through this activity.
  • Install water HHs connections: A total of 45 unskilled labors (45 males), 8 skilled labors (8 males) and 4 supervisors (2 males, 2 females) were planned to be hired through this activity.
  • Rehabilitation of sandy roads:  A total of 45 unskilled labors (45 males), 3 supervisors (2 Males, 1 females) were planned to be hired through this activity.   

 

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