Assessment of Project Impact Using the Most Significant Change Technique” – Family Development and Strengthening Project
The Family Development and Strengthening Project, as a pilot project, began its activities in 2012 under the administration of the Evangelical Lutheran Church and with the support of the Norwegian Lutheran Mission with the aim of providing self-help skills and skills for helping others to the Quechua, Aymara and mestizo population of Arequipa, Puno, Cusco, Moquegua and Tacna. With its actions, it has sought to address the problems of domestic violence, alcoholism, sexism, racism, drug addiction and prostitution that undermine living conditions of the target population. With this standpoint, the activities are divided into four main components: families, youth, children and pastors. The aim of the project is “to reconcile and improve interpersonal relationships among family members, church members and neighbors, through comprehensive training based on solid principles and Christian values.” The main objective is to determine the degree of impact of the FDSP, during the March2012-December 2013 period, in pastors, families, youth and children.