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Effectiveness Review: Raising Poor and Marginalised Women’s Voices, Liberia

Effectiveness Review: Raising Poor and Marginalised Women’s Voices, Liberia

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The ‘Raising Poor and Marginalised Women’s Voices in Liberia’ project is part Oxfam’s global Raising Her Voice (RHV) programme, which seeks to promote the rights and capacity of poor women to engage effectively in governance at all levels through increased voice and influence and more effective institutional accountability. Oxfam Liberia, with two local partners, Women of Liberia Peace Network (WOLPNET) and Women NGO Secretariat of Liberia (WONGOSOL), has been working to support the establishment of a vibrant coalition for poor and marginalised women in eight counties and encourage more responsive governance through greater compliance with the African Women’s Rights Protocol. This report documents the findings of a qualitative impact evaluation, completed in April 2012, which used process tracing to assess the effectiveness of the project at increasing government's responsiveness to women's concerns, and decreasing incidence of gender based violence (GBV) and rape.

The ‘Raising Poor and Marginalised Women’s Voices in Liberia’ project is part Oxfam’s global Raising Her Voice (RHV) programme, which seeks to promote the rights and capacity of poor women to engage effectively in governance at all levels through increased voice and influence and more effective institutional accountability. Oxfam Liberia, with two local partners, Women of Liberia Peace Network (WOLPNET) and Women NGO Secretariat of Liberia (WONGOSOL), has been working to support the establishment of a vibrant coalition for poor and marginalised women in eight counties and encourage more responsive governance through greater compliance with the African Women’s Rights Protocol. This report documents the findings of a qualitative impact evaluation, completed in April 2012, which used process tracing to assess the effectiveness of the project at increasing government's responsiveness to women's concerns, and decreasing incidence of gender based violence (GBV) and rape.

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EFFECTIVENESS REVIEW SAMPLE 2011/12: BANGLADESH BOLIVIA COLOMBIADEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO ENGLAND ETHIOPIA GEORGIA GUATEMALA HAITI HONDURASINDONESIA KENYA
LIBERIA
MALI NICARAGUA NIGER PALESTINE PAKISTAN PHILIPPINESSOMALIA SOUTH AFRICA UGANDA ZAMBIA ZIMBABWE
PROJECT EFFECTIVENESS REVIEWS
‘enhancing effectiveness through evidence-based learning’ 
The ‘Raising Poor and Marginalised Women’s Voices in Liberia’ project is part Oxfam’s global Raising Her Voice(RHV) programme, which seeks to promote the rights and capacity of poor women to engage effectively in
governance at all levels through increased voice and inuence and more effective institutional accountability.
Oxfam Liberia, with two local partners, Women of Liberia Peace Network (WOLPNET) and Women NGO Secretariatof Liberia (WONGOSOL), has been working to support the establishment of a vibrant coalition for poor andmarginalised women in eight counties and encourage more responsive governance through greater compliance with
the African Women’s Rights Protocol. Project activities can be grouped into four clusters:• Networking, lobbying and advocacy with poor women activists• Working with public institutions and decision-making forums including traditional structures• Empowering and building the capacity of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to achieve rights of poor women
citizens through campaigns and policy work
• Learning lessons and disseminating best practices through innovative media and communications work.
Figure 1 shows the overarching RHV programme theory of changeand how transformational changefor women requires positivechange in three spheres
“A governance project for the poor and marginalised…To strengthen women to be motivated and activists, to speak for themselves, to be fully involved in the development process” 
acting president of WOLPNET 
Raising Her Voice Campaign: Liberia 2011/12
Women’s voices
are heard
 
Personal sphere
 
Political sphere
 
Social sphere
 
Purple arrowsrepresent 
 
RHV engagement 
 
Photo credit: Oxfam

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