Evaluation of the SAIH programme Young women’s rights and equality in Southern Africa
Two previous evaluations have been done looking at some of SAIH’s partners in the field of young women’s rights and equality. In 2008 looking at SAIHs work with young women’s rights and participation in Zambia. And in 2012 looking at the three partners in South Africa covered by the FOKUS agreement. As SAIH is in the process of beginning a new strategy period it was of high importance that an up to date evaluation of the young women’s rights and equality in Southern Africa programme was done. The purpose has been to evaluate to what degree the programmatic work in the period 2013-2015 has reached its goal; Young women in Zambia, South Africa and Zimbabwe are advocating for their rights, which is the expected programme outcome.