AISHA: Resilient Refugee Women Project

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Contemporary political volatility, protest and civil war within the Middle East region has led to far reaching socio-economic upheaval and strife with a devastating impact generating mass displacement with ensuing poverty for refugees (UNHCR, 2014). Most often, women and children are the worst affected (Al Dajani and Marlow, 2013; Holmes, 2007) as they have limited power and bear the brunt of much of the devastation (Kuttab, 2008; Chatty, 2010). Yet, they are largely absent from forums where solutions to the problems of displacement and poverty are deliberated.

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Monitoring of GIZ Cash for Work Projects

Post-Distribution Monitoring (PDM) of the Cash for Work Projects “Waste Disposal and Recycling, Rehabilitation of Municipal Infrastructure” and “Production and Commercialization of Crafts/Handicraft”.

In order to assess more detailed the effectiveness and impact of the CfW-measures till today, a first post-distribution monitoring (PDM) should be conducted. The objective of the post-monitoring is twofold:

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Albania Fuelwood Demand Assessment

The objective of the study will be to:

  • i) ascertain the level of demand for fuelwood in Albania,
  • ii) analyze the fuelwood supply chain, processing and combustion to identify opportunities to increase the efficiency of firewood use,
  • iii) estimate the overall balance between the sustainable supply and current demand, and
  • iv) recommend to government any opportunities to improve the supply and efficiency of heating for the rural towns and villages.

UDA is providing support to the Cook Island's Ministry of Marine Resources

A team of marine consultants

UDA Consulting is in Rarotonga, Cook Island, to provide support to the Ministry of Marine Resources on Muri Lagoon’s environmental restoration.

Working in parallel with the Ministry of Finance and Economic Management’s Project Management Unit, the team that includes the UDA Consulting  is contributing to on-going work around the integrated approach to assessing the degradation of Muri Lagoon.

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Evaluation of the Project on Protection of Refugees

This is a summative end-of-project evaluation aimed at ensuring accountability between IMPR, World Vision and ECHO on the use and outcomes of the funds provided for the specific objective and results agreed upon in the Action design. Emerging lessons shall be identified by the evaluator and discussed between the implementing partners as part of the validation of the evaluation results and follow-up to inform future programming and cooperation.