Mid-Term Evaluation report for the “Improved access to protection for children in schools and communities” project
The project seeks to enhance local and national coordination of state and non-state actors in child protection. The project contributes to the realizing the National Child Protection System by supporting local participation and ownership in child protection at family, school and community level while strengthening response and coordination from local to national levels, in order to support a functioning child protection system where all cases of violence against children are reported and responded to resolutely. The Mid-Term Review (MTR) assessed the degree to which planned outcomes around the four projects are on course to achieve the targeted results. The key objectives of the MTR was to assess the projects for the following: relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, project management and sustainability. The MTR also assessed the project’s performance on cross cutting issues; gender equality, disability inclusion, unexpected results, added value and participation. The overall goal of the project is to improve access to protective and quality school and community environments for children, particularly vulnerable girls and boys, in Kisumu, Homa Bay and Siaya Counties.