Dr. Adrie MUKASHEMA (Consultant)
Mrs. Sylvie NIBEZA (Consultant)
Mr. Védaste HABAMENSHI (Consultant)

OBJECTIVES OF EVALUATION

Answering Major Questions: 1)Questions regarding Process (ACTIVITIES) 2)Questions regarding OUTCOMES 3)Questions regarding IMPACT 4)Questions regarding PERENITY of the Acquisitions of the Project

ACTIVITIES EVALUATION

QUESTION:

Did Right Holders of the project benefited from planned activities?

Activity 1:Train 200 targeted women on rights and how to apply them to their day today lives.

OUTCOMES EVALUATION

QUESTION:

To what Extent did the Project achieved expected Outcomes?

OUTCOME 1:
Targeted Women, in interethnic marriages have sufficient knowledge of their rights and key laws that protect them and are able to advocate for themselves and able to harness their potential as leaders.

87.0% of targeted Women, in interethnic marriages have sufficient knowledge of their rights mainly Basic Human Rights and Rights of the Woman and the Man in Household and their application in daily life (Reference: Table 6).

88.7% of targeted Women, in interethnic marriages have sufficient knowledge of Inheritance law and the law on the Prevention and Punishment of Gender-Based Violence (Reference: Table 7).

OUTCOME 2:
Women, men and children in interethnic marriages and members of their extended families such as mothers in laws, relatives have the right attitude, knowledge and skills to manage conflicts and peace building.

93.3% of Women and Men in inter- ethnic marriage (combined together) have the right attitude, knowledge and skills to manage conflicts and peace building (Reference: Table 9).

98.3% of mothers- in- law have the right attitude, knowledge and skills to manage conflicts and peace building (Reference: Table 10).

85.7% of children born in inter- ethnic marriage have the right attitude, knowledge and skills to manage conflicts and peace building (Reference: Table 11).

OUTCOME 3:
Women in inter- ethnic marriages and some community facilitators are equipped with counseling and healing skills and are able to conduct outreach sessions and helping fellow women and other members of the community with similar needs especially women who live in families with conflicts.

Women in inter- ethnic marriages ? ? (Not found)

66.7% of Community Facilitators are equipped with counseling and healing skills and are able to conduct outreach sessions and helping fellow women and other members of the community with similar needs (Reference: Table 12).

OUTCOME 4:
The project is well managed for results

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Activity 1: End term evaluation
Activity 2: A short documentary film

IMPACT EVALUATION

QUESTION:

What Changes Brought in Right Holders’ life by Iwacu ni Amahoro ?

PERENITY OF ACQUISITIONS

QUESTION:

How maintaining acquisitions of Iwacu ni Amahoro?

RECOMMENDATIONS

1)Initiating Iwacu ni Amahoro in all Districts.

2)Women survivals recommend meeting their perpetrators for exchanging “Excuses/ pardon”.

3)Women survivals recommend meeting their Fathers- in- law imprisoned.

4)Nurturing Women Groups through training them on project design and management coupled with advocating for support for their projects; or nurturing women groups into Cooperatives and advocating for supporting their projects. ● ●

5) Training Men (Tutsi) who married women (Hutu).

6) Continuing trainings at least for one year to ensure sustainability of peace among right holders.

7) Providing deep trainings on counseling and healing for Community Facilitators to ensure perenity and efficacy of their service not only for women survivors but also for surrounding households.

8) Maintaining Agaseke k’Amahoro.


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