Kurzfristig (< 1 Jahr)
Mikro (Individuum)

improved financial situation of families

Berufliche Orientierung

Over a three year period, 225 women and their families (675 children) have an increased income. 350 women (and 1,584 children under their care) participated in SHGs: 81% of women reported increased income; 99% reported increased savings and 99% have plans to increase their income; 100% women reported ability to save, which was a 3% increase from what was reported during 2014 survey.

Beschreibung der Aktivität

Jugendsozialarbeit/ sozialpädagogische Programme
The objectives of the pilot community project included the outreach and service provision to children living unsupported on the streets, psychosocial counselling and life skillls at drop-in centres, reintegration of children with their families and support to caregivers, interventions in vulnerable communities to enrole vulnerable women in self help groups, establishing child-led child wellbeing clubs to raise awareness of child protection issues as well as community education to promote child protection awareness and response.
October 2012- September 2015
over 300 children
teilnehmende Kinder und Jugendliche
sozial benachteiligte Kinder und Jugendliche

Evaluierung der Aktivität

This final evaluation report is based on a review of ongoing monitoring data, as well as additional primary data collection to understand the changes in the lives of the beneficiaries. The methodology for this evaluation included participatory tools such as: • Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) with representatives from each SHG. Three FGDs were conducted, one session per Woreda with 12 women participating (two representatives from each SHG); • FGDs with CWC representatives from schools. Three FGDs were conducted, one session per Woreda at a selected school with 8-12 children participating; • Key Informant Interviews (KIIs) with selected government officials, religious and community leaders, and other relevant stakeholders.
economic survey
(1) saved amount across the SHGs (2) issued loanes
(1) 281,563 Birr (2) 648,597 Birr