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Fostering Community Change in the Occupied Palestinian Territories: Capacity building for non-state actors

Fostering Community Change in the Occupied Palestinian Territories: Capacity building for non-state actors

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This evaluation report sets out the main findings from the Fostering Community Change in the Occupied Palestinian Territories Project, which ran from April 2010-November 2012.

The DFID-funded Within and Without the State programme co-financed this EU-funded project which worked to strengthen the capacity of Palestinian civil society to identify its needs and priorities, and engage with power holders around these issues.

The evaluation details the areas of assessment, and makes recommendations for the future of the work in the West Bank and the design of future governance programmes.

This evaluation report sets out the main findings from the Fostering Community Change in the Occupied Palestinian Territories Project, which ran from April 2010-November 2012.

The DFID-funded Within and Without the State programme co-financed this EU-funded project which worked to strengthen the capacity of Palestinian civil society to identify its needs and priorities, and engage with power holders around these issues.

The evaluation details the areas of assessment, and makes recommendations for the future of the work in the West Bank and the design of future governance programmes.

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Published by: Oxfam on Mar 12, 2014
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Evaluation Report
Fostering Community Change in the OPT - Capacity Building for Non-state Actors
Project Locations in OPT:
Fasayel, Jiftlik, Zbedat, Al-Oujah - the Jordan Valley Al-Walajeh - East Beth-Lehem
Project Duration:
30 month 1/4/2010 - 30/9/2012
Samar Zidani-Baidoun
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Consultant
Organizational Building & International Aid Development Supported by: European Commission & Oxfam Great Britain
 
 
Acknowledgement
I thank Oxfam GB- Jerusalem ofce for this opportunity. Special gratitude goes to Ms. Nivine Sandouka Sharraf from Oxfam's Community Development Program, for providing information, documents and logistical support. I thank Mr. Amer Daraghmeh, project coordinator of Pal-Vision for facilitating access and mobility to the project area, especially the remote communities in the Jordan Valley. I deeply appreciate his input and his commitment to making this evaluation possible.
 
I am grateful to all those who received me in their ofces, homes, elds and communities. I salute them for their interest, devotion and for their wisdom and tolerance of the hardship and injustice that engulfs their daily lives. I am condent that this is a non-lasting hardship and hope it will soon come to an end.
Yours;Evaluation Consultant
December 2012
Samar Zidani Baidoun
 
Index
ContentIntroductionContext – The Project AreaEvaluation Questions, Analysis & Findings Relevance Effectiveness
Efciency
Impact Sustainability Gender Recommendations for the Present Time Recommendations for the Future References Page59 131315 30 3036 38 39 4041

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