The overarching goal of SRSP's Community Physical Infrastructure projects was to rehabilitate lives, support essential infrastructure and thus build resilient communities in areas hit by floods and insurgency. CPI schemes were largest (93% of development budget) component of the project.
The project was able to form 395 Community Based Organizations (CBOs), rebuild/ restore 213 CPI schemes benefitting 37,000 HHs and impart enterprise/ vocational training to 700 households majority of whom were women. The local/ political leadership and media were encouraged to visit communities for learning.
AiD was engaged to carry out evaluation of immediate impacts of these CPI schemes.
The evaluation aimed to assess and explore the relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability of the community built and maintained infrastructure schemes/ CPIs, towards expected outcomes envisaged in project proposal/ financing agreement.
The scope of work included, drawing lessons, and providing a set of clear and forward-looking options leading to strategic and actionable recommendations for current and or future AusAid funded projects specifically and other similar projects in general. Furthermore, the overall aim was to generate an evaluation report that would support SRSP's culture of internal learning and accountability in SRSP programming processes.
Key Staff Engaged:
- Team Leader
- Project Coordinator
- CPI Expert
- Social Sectors Expert
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