Evaluation

Baseline/endline

The baseline is a key component of the evaluation process as it provides information on the prevailing conditions of the context and the people for which the programme is intended, before the start of the programme. It also serves as a benchmark or point of reference to identify how an individual or group of people has changed during the duration of the programme and how much of a difference the programme has made to such people.

Mid-term and final evaluation

We know an integral part of any organization’s work is the evaluation of its projects and programmes as it determines the relevance, coherence, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability, replicability, and impact of the work being done. Whether you need external evaluations required by donors or support in internal evaluation processes, our expert team can lend a helping hand.

Real-time evaluation

Real-time evaluation offers feedback during the implementation of the humanitarian actions, and it can provide timely recommendations, identifying things that may have been ignored due to the swift response to the emergency. This type of evaluation also ensures that the voice of staff and volunteers at all levels is heard during the project’s implementation (not only after concluding the intervention).  

Gender audits

As a social enterprise, we are committed to supporting the implementation of gender transformative work. In all our services, we place emphasis on a gender analysis, as a critical examination of how organizations and initiatives acknowledge, understand, and transform traditional gender roles and harmful practices that are built on systemic inequalities.