Focus Groups Discussion

GIZ ME Survey

Strengthening Social Cohesion for Syrian Refugees and Turkish Host Communities

The MSC Project supports ten Multi-Service Centres (MSCs) in Istanbul, Ankara, Mersin, Hatay, Kilis, Gaziantep and Mardin, on behalf of the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). Once a year, GIZ conducts a round of intensive monitoring to evaluate progress and provide data for reporting. To support this process, GIZ contracted UDA Consulting to support data collection and recording, analysis of qualitative data, improving feedback to NGO partners, and support knowledge management. 

GOAL

Evaluation of GOAL multi-sector programme

This project covers evaluation of the implementations between the years 2016‐2017 for “Improving the Health and Protection of Vulnerable Syrian and Marginalized Migrants in Southern Turkey” implemented by GOAL and funded by ECHO. Main goals for the evaluation of the programme are as follows:

  1. To assess GOAL’s performance and delivery of the ECHO‐funded project according to OECD evaluation criteria
  2. To help GOAL to improve its future programming through lessons learned and best practices generated through this project.
Strengthening Pre-School Education

Strengthening Pre-School Education - Review

MoNE implemented EU funded Strengthening Pre-school Education Project with the technical assistance of UNICEF. The EU funded project aimed to contribute to increase in the enrolment and attendance of disadvantaged children and their families to day care and pre-school education services. The overall purpose of project review was:

Assessment the success and challenges of Community based services in project provinces

Explore the readiness of pilot communities to support the initiative in a sustainable way

Evaluation of the Psychosocial Programme

Evaluation of the Psychosocial Programme

UDA Consulting in collaboration with METU DMC (Disaster Management Implementation and Research Center) was contracted by UNICEF to carry out the study “Evaluation of the Psychosocial Programme conducted after Van Earthquake”, with the purpose of evaluating the psychosocial activities carried out after Van earthquake by UNICEF and Ministry of Family and Social Policy to people who were affected by the disaster.

Evaluation of the programme evolved as:

Evaluation of IPARD I Programme

Evaluation of IPARD I Programme

UDA Consulting was commissioned by Managing Authority of IPARD Programme TURKEY Ministry of Food Agriculture and Livestock, General Directorate of Agricultural Reform to conduct a research as a part of the ongoing evaluation of IPARD Programme. The overall objective of the project was to assist the Turkish authorities in identifying specific problems associated with the implementation of the IPARD programme.

Evaluation of IPARD Turkey

Ex-Post Evaluation of IPARD Turkey (2007-2013)

Geographical Scope

Ex-Post Evaluation focused on 12 provinces out of the 42 provinces in which the Programme has been implemented: Aksaray, Ankara, Çorum, Denizli, Isparta, Konya, Manisa, Mersin, Ordu, Şanlıurfa, Uşak ve Van.

Project Description

Ex-Post Evaluation Report shows the findings of the IPARD Programme activities that were carried out between August 2011 and August 2016. The report presents a detailed analysis on the standard evaluation components.

Focus Group Discussions on the Needs and Expectations of Syrian Children, Young People and Their Families on Access to Education

Focus Group Discussions on the Needs and Expectations

This study aims to determine the needs and expectations of Syrian families in accessing to education, as well as to identify key influencers in the targeted communities who can encourage Syrian families and their children to access current education services. Also, another major purpose of the focus group discussions was to identify the communication channels that are used by Syrian families and young people to distribute messages and share information.

The research involved 17 focus group discussions with the participation of 70 NGO representatives and 53 Syrian teachers.