Design, Monitoring and Evaluation for Peacebuilding

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Evaluation Reports

Author / Copyright Holder: Peace Direct
This learning summary highlights the main successes, challenges and lessons learnt from an ongoing project delivered by Peace Direct and the Collaborative for Peace Sudan (CfPS) in South and West Kordofan, which  aims to strengthen local conflict prevention capacity by creating and supporting local Peace Committees (PCs) across the region. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: PeacePlayers International
This evaluation of PeacePlayers International - South Africa, a sport for development program serving youth in Durban, South Africa, used mixed methods to examine program relevance and effectiveness.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Causal Design/Mercy Corps
A final evaluation measuring the performance of Mercy Corps' Inclusive Natural Resource Management (INRM) program, which sought to strengthen basic communication, collaboration, conflict management, and negotiation skills of key government and civil society leaders who collaborate with other stakeholders to resolve natural-resource based conflicts....
Author / Copyright Holder: Europe Conflict and Security Consulting (ECAS)/Mercy Corps
  An assessment of stakeholder priorities and relationships undertaken to inform programming and M&E approaches for a multi-year program to strengthen good governance and promote community development in Kayah State, Myanmar.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: DME for Peace, Effective Inter-Religious Action in Peacebuilding
This powerpoint was used in the January 14, 2016 M&E Thursday Talk, What Evidence is Out There for Inter-Religious Peacebuilding?  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Plan International UK
 Children beneficiaries of the programme selected evaluation questions, collected and analysed data in order to deliver an assessment of the programme’s results, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability, relevance and equity. This second experience took place in Zimbabwe with a slightly modified methodology to incorporate learning from the previous study and differences in the programme....
Author / Copyright Holder: Sida, Dana Peebles, Jonas Lövkrona, Nadine Jubb
The aim of this evaluation is to provide a better understanding of what constitutes successful policy dialogue on gender equality in different contexts - and to contribute to the improvement of policy dialogue as an instrument in development cooperation....
Author / Copyright Holder: Ella Duncan, DME for Peace
In July 2014, the Global Partnership for Children and Youth in Peacebuilding initiated a multi-agency, multi-country, multi-donor (3M) evaluation. DME for Peace spoke with the head evaluators, about their methodologies, associated ethical approach, and their lessons learned about the best ways to engage children and youth in evaluation processes. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Global Partnership for Children & Youth in Peacebuilding
The Global Partnership for Children and Youth in Peacebuilding was formed in 2012, and in 2014 a Steering Team for a 3M (multi-agency, multi-country, multi-donor) Evaluation of Children and Youth Participation in Peacebuilding was established. Steering Team members include: PATRIR, Save the Children Norway, Search for Common Ground, the United Network of Young Peacebuilders and World Vision, each of these organizations brings experience in and commitment to engaging children and youth in peacebuilding. The group engaged in evaluating the quality and impact of children and youth’s participation in peacebuilding initiatives in Nepal, DRC and Colombia, and to identify recommendations to strengthen the implementation of such initiatives in the future and produce better results. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Search for Common Ground, Alpha International, Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The project aimed to create and/or strengthen the mechanisms for citizens’ participation in policy making on critical social issues; it secondly sought to strengthen constructive engagement between civil society and local authorities on critical social issues....
Author / Copyright Holder: Renee Garfinkel, USIP
Interfaith dialogue is an increasingly popular response to religious conflict and religious nationalism. While practitioners employ a variety of approaches, the underlying purpose of all interfaith dialogue projects is to enhance religious tolerance and promote peaceful coexistence....
Author / Copyright Holder: Lanny Octavia & Esti Wahyuni, Search for Common Ground
This is the final evaluation of a two year project completed by Search for Common Ground in partnership with Perhimpunan Pengembangan Pesantren dan Masyarakat (P3M) and the Wahid Institute on promoting religious freedom and preventing religious radicalization....
Author / Copyright Holder: ACCORD - The African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes
In 2015, the TfP Programme celebrates 20 years of partnership and cooperation with the AU, UN, RECs, RMs and African countries in building civilian and police capacity. In this Special Issue of Conflict Trends, we reflect on the programme’s impact and identify best practices and lessons that can help the programme – and others working in similar projects in Africa and beyond – learn from the TfP experience. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: World Vision South Sudan
A report that shows progress made by World Vision South Sudan in the fileds of health, nutrition, education, peacebuilding and food security mong others in fiscal year 2014. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: INdependent Evaluation Group, World bank Group
his report is the second in a program of evaluations that the Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) is conducting on the learning that takes place through World Bank projects. Learning and knowledge are treated as parts of a whole and are presumed to be mutually reinforcing.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Ned Lazarus, Ayse Kadayifci-Orellana, Maya Kahanoff, and Fakhira Halloun
Since 2004, the United States Agency for International Development’’s (USAID) Office of Conflict Management and Mitigation (CMM) in Washington has held an annual Reconciliation Program Fund small-grants competition through an ““Annual Program Statement”” (APS). The Fund is a Congressional appropriation to support local-level ““people-to-people”” (P2P) conflict mitigation and reconciliation programs, and has grown from an initial award pool of $8 million to $26 million annually, with $10 million specifically allocated for programs in Israel/West Bank/Gaza (IWBG)....
Author / Copyright Holder: Ned Lazarus, Ayse Kadayifci-Orellana, Maya Kahanoff, and Fakhira Halloun
Since 2004, the United States Agency for International Development’’s (USAID) Office of Conflict Management and Mitigation (CMM) in Washington has held an annual Reconciliation Program Fund small-grants competition through an ““Annual Program Statement”” (APS). The Fund is a Congressional appropriation to support local-level ““people-to-people”” (P2P) conflict mitigation and reconciliation programs, and has grown from an initial award pool of $8 million to $26 million annually, with $10 million specifically allocated for programs in Israel/West Bank/Gaza (IWBG)....
Author / Copyright Holder: Andrea Binder, Philipp Rotmann
What are the specific challenges for monitoring and evaluation of foreign policy projects in fragile contexts and how can they be overcome?  This report by Andrea Binder and Philipp Rotmann seeks to answer this question and more in the context of stabilization, humanitarian action, civilian crisis prevention and democratic transformation projects based on the experiences of the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States....
Author / Copyright Holder: Shiva Dhungana
Shiva Dhungana of Search for Common Ground's Institutional Learning Team updates DME for Peace on the process and progress of the Nepal Partnership on Children and Youth in Peacebuilding's ongoing participatory evaluation.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Wise Solutions, LLC; NIFAA/CIFA
Mid-term evaluation of the Faiths United for Health program, a pilot program of the Nigerian Inter-Faith Action Association (NIFAA) that uses an interfaith action approach to train Muslim and Christian religoiius leaders to educate and motivate Nigerians to undertake behavior change in the fight against malaria. ...

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