Client: Leonard Cheshire Disability (International Department)

Project: Final evaluation of Access to Livelihoods in South and South East Asia (2014)

Role: Co-Evaluator

Activities: The South and South East Asia Livelihoods programme is strategically important to Leonard Cheshire.  This final evaluation considered both short-term outcomes, long-term outcomes and potential for longer-term impact.  Using a mix of qualitative and quantitative data, my colleague and I found that quality of life for people with disabilities that had taken part in the programme had improved and there was potential for further improvements over the longer term.  The evaluation was framed using the OECD DAC Criteria: Relevance, Efficiency, Effectiveness, Results and Sustainability.  The funder, Accenture Foundation, has gone on to award further funding for livelihoods activities to Leonard Cheshire, which will allow the organisation to expand its activities.

 

Project: Final evaluation of USAID-funded Inclusive Education Programme in the Philippines (2013)

Role: Evaluator

Activities: Evaluating this small two-year project to increase access to primary education for people with disabilities in the Philippines.  Using mainly qualitative data collection methods and reviewing existing quantitative data collection, I determined the outcomes and potential for longer term impact of the project.  I also conducted an organisational review of Leonard Cheshire’s implementation partner in the Philippines, making a series of practical recommendations to strengthen their capacity for delivering a scaled-up version of the project.  The evaluation was framed using the OECD DAC Criteria: Relevance, Efficiency, Effectiveness, Results and Sustainability.

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Disability in Development | Robin Brady · December 13, 2014 at 2:01 pm

[…] have been lucky enough to work with Leonard Cheshire Disability on two of their international development programmes and, most recently, undertake value for money case studies for the Australian Department for Foreign […]

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