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Evaluations

  1. Evaluation

    Behind the Brands Independent Evaluation on the Implementation of Land Rights Commitments

    This independent evaluation by Emerald Network focuses on land rights, access and sustainable use, through an assessment of five companies: the Coca-Cola Company (TCCC), PepsiCo, Nestlé, Unilever and Associated British Foods’ (ABF) subsidiary Illovo Sugar Africa. As a result of the Behind the Brands campaign, these companies have publicly recognized the risk of people being dispossessed of their land to make way for agricultural commodities and have pledged to respect the rights of women, communities and smallholder farmers.

    The evaluation finds that since the start of the Behind the Brands campaign, companies’ internal policy environment in relation to land rights and zero land grabs has significantly improved and is aligned with international best practice. Most company land governance frameworks are in place. However, there is evidence of policy evaporation and “phantom” practice when implemented across the supply chain.

    Emerging good practices include establishing long term implementation partnerships with international and local land rights CSOs; publicly revealing supply chains, grievances and suspension of suppliers; mapping land under crop production in countries; supporting and investing in the documentation of land rights; investing in the training of staff; acknowledging the link between systemic poverty and land use; investing in sector-level cooperation in order to deepen impact and create economies of scale in corporate social responsibility investments with regard to land issues.

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  2. Evaluation

    Documenting the R4 Global Partnership in Ethiopia and Senegal

    Successes and Challenges

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  3. Evaluation

    Six Country Evaluation of Oxfam America's Strenghtening Community Preparedness, Rapid Response and Recovery in Asia/Pacific Islands and Central America

    Final Evaluation of Disaster Risk Reduction and Preparedness projects (2017-2020) in the communities of the Philippines, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Guatemala.

    Mangrove reforestation in Eastern Samar, Philippines
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    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
  6. Evaluation

    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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