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Rwanda - Participatory Evaluations

Posted on August 17, 2014 at 11:30 0 Comments

Our GFP HQ staff recently conducted a field visit to Rwanda to assist with the Participatory Evaluations our Pioneers and Delegates were busy organising. Sairah Yusuf (Research, Monitoring & Evaluation Officer), Safiya Ibn Garba (Programmes Manager) and Mo’ath Alkhawaldeh (Programmes Coordinator) spent time with our volunteers, allowing them to capture the experience through the following video.…


Participatory Evaluation in Macedonia - Generations For Peace style!

Posted on August 17, 2014 at 11:30 0 Comments

From 16 to 22nd April, Nabila Hussein (Knowledge, Education and Outreach Officer), and Mo’ath Al-Khawaldeh (Programmes Coordinator) visited our Delegates and Pioneers in Macedonia. The purpose of the visit was to grant support to our Generations For Peace volunteers in the carrying out of their Participatory Evaluation (PE). This was the second, in a series of PE Field Research Visits, carried out by HQ staff. GFP endeavours to continuously improve the PE process by accessing the way this…


Participatory Evaluation in Georgia

Posted on August 14, 2014 at 21:30 1 Comment

In June 2014 we had yet another Participatory Evaluation, this time held in Tbilisi, Georgia for the recently concluded Sport For Peace Programme. As has been emphasised previously, the PE process is exceptionally important for gaining insight into how the Target Group and Beneficiary community receive GFP programmes.

Now that you are familiar with this evaluation method, do you think it would be useful in your context? Let us know your thoughts!…


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