Final-term Evaluation Report of Sinana Female Genital Mutilation Elimination Project (SFGMEP 2010-2012)
The Sinana Female Genital Mutilation Elimination Project (SFGMEP) has been in operation since 2004 and implemented by Ethiopian Evangelical Church Mekane Yesus Development and Social Services Commission (EECMY-DASSC). The project is financed by Norwegian Lutheran Mission. The project is currently in bridging period between 2nd and 3rd phase until the end of 2013. The evaluation covered a period of January 2010 to December 2012. The project target area covers four PAs of Sinana District of Bale Zone (Shalo, Selka, Hasabarera and Basaso). Based on the success stories, needs and demand from local communities and authorities, the terminal evaluation team recommended that the project should continue in the neighboring PAs in order to bring lasting impact widely. The project has applied for 3rd phase to start operation in 4 new PAs from 2014 -2017, and the application is under process. The Final evaluation is mainly intended to assess the performance against the agreed plan and other procedural and technical issues of the project and provide the outcome of the evaluation to the relevant stakeholders -government and the implementing agency EECMY-DASSC and NLM for better performance and enhance learning.