Monitoring and Evaluation

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Improving access to essential services to vulnerable populations

Monitoring and Evaluation

We are committed to supporting effective, independent and sustainable humanitarian planning and service delivery to the local communities with which we and the organizations work. Our research teams use adequate qualitative and quantitative research methods, sensitive to vulnerabilities, gender and conflict considerations, to facilitate the best possible decision-making by aid actors, and ensure learning and accountability towards affected populations and donors.

M&E statistics

So far, our Third Party Monitoring department has carried out

108

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Projects

2263

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KIIs

1739

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IDIs

36361

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Surveys

734

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FGD Participants

670

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Observations

108

+

Projects

2263

+

KIIs

1739

+

IDIs

36361

+

Surveys

734

+

FGD Participants

670

+

Observations

Evaluations

Our qualified teams are highly experienced in providing accurate and time-sensitive evaluations, from the baseline to the ex-post phases, in order to support the objectives of relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability of our clients’ programs.

Third-Party Monitoring

Our third-party monitoring services include data collection, audits and monitoring projects, to collect and share independent and verifiable information to ensure that the development and implementation of stakeholder projects meet donor requirements and communities needs.

Research and Assessments

We believe in informed and knowledgeable programmation for precise and targeted responses in the field. Our independent research and assessments contribute to the coherence and rigor of programs in the systems in which they are embedded.

Economic impact of the Syrian conflict

Final Evaluation – Adressing violence against Syrian refugee women in the Kurdistan Region of Northern Iraq

Women for Women International (WfWI), along with its partner organization Warvin Foundation for Women’s Issues, worked to support women affected by conflict including the Syrian refugees, members of the host community and IDPs in Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI). The goal of this project was for refugee women to be empowered, self-reliant and safer from gender-based violence in their communities.

Trust Consultancy & Development was contracted to perform the final evaluation to review the project cycle from design, through implementation and to close out the project. Based on the OECD/DAC criteria, we developed a mixed-methods approach through primary data collection with 44 KIIs and 86 GIDIs across Sulaymaniyah and Erbil, from January to April 2020.

Our final reports

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Our final reports