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Evaluations

  1. Evaluation

    Top Tips for Partnerships that Enable Local Humanitarian Leadership

    Oxfam aims to transform the humanitarian system, by promoting and strengthening effective and accountable local leadership of humanitarian responses, where this is appropriate and viable. We recognize that we must challenge and transform ourselves, redefining and deepening our partnerships, and learning to more effectively support local humanitarian actors and leaders. This resource outlines how Oxfam can embed LHL commitments in humanitarian programming, advocacy and responses, drawing from examples of good practice and recent research.

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    The Power of Local Action: an Oxfam Learning Compendium on Local Humanitarian Leadership

    The Power of Local Action is an Oxfam learning compendium on local humanitarian leadership (LHL) that arose out of learning events and global meetings held in 2019 in Nairobi, Mexico City, Jakarta and Istanbul, and draws from the recommendations of partners and Oxfam staff as well as more recent research. The aim is to provide, for the first time, a comprehensive reference on positive LHL practices and ideas for change that are in line with Oxfam's commitments and values. There were over 50 contributors to this learning document, a combination of Oxfam staff and partners that graciously shared their ideas, suggestions and practices to help Oxfam learn, adapt and improve.

    Power of Local Action - LHL Learning Compendium
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    Accountability through Active Citizenship: Improving Petroleum Governance in Tanzania Final Evaluation

    The end line project evaluation report for the NORAD-funded Accountability through Active Citizenship: Improving Petroleum Governance in Tanzania.

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    Accountability through Active Citizenship: Improving Petroleum Governance in Mozambique Final Evaluation

    The end line project evaluation report for the NORAD-funded Accountability through Active Citizenship: Improving Petroleum Governance in Mozambique.

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    Accountability through Active Citizenship: Improving Petroleum Governance in Ghana, Mozambique and Tanzania Final Evaluation

    The end line project evaluation report for the NORAD-funded project, Accountability through Active Citizenship: Improving Petroleum Governance in Ghana, Mozambique and Tanzania, which was finalized in 2019.

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    Awareness Raising and Problems of Protection: Evaluating the impact of active citizenship work in the DRC

    From September 2015 to June 2017, Oxfam implemented a pilot project in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) designed to raise awareness among citizens and local authorities of their rights and obligations as well as support them to engage in regular dialogue to resolve governance issues, in four communities in the Équateur province: Wendji Secli, Bikoro Centre, Ingende and Bokatola.

    In order to assess the impact of this work, a mixed-method quasi-experimental evaluation was carried out in 2018-2019. The results of the evaluation suggest an increase in participants' knowledge of the rights, duties, obligations, responsibilities, and processes necessary for effective governance and protection. In addition, established mechanisms allowing citizens to interact with authorities now function promptly when there is a problem to be resolved. However, there were not consistently closer relationships between communities and local authorities, in part potentially due to high attrition rates for local authorities in the targeted communities.

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