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Evaluation of Khartoum Urban Poor Programme, Sudan

Evaluation of Khartoum Urban Poor Programme, Sudan

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The Khartoum Urban Poor Programme (KUP) targeted conflict affected IDPs and urban poor groups in camps and/or squatter settlements in Khartoum. It ran from May 2008 to April 2009. Its main objectives were to improve quality of life by increasing access to education for children, helping households build a sustainable livelihood base, and raising community awareness and capacity to campaign for rights. This mid-term report is primarily based on Oxfam project reports, literature on IDPs and primary data collected from target areas between May and June 2008. The objectives were to assess the KUP's performance, impact and the appropriateness of methods and approaches used, to feed into the development of future strategies and ensure the relevance of Oxfam's response and the sustainability of its strategic intervention.
The Khartoum Urban Poor Programme (KUP) targeted conflict affected IDPs and urban poor groups in camps and/or squatter settlements in Khartoum. It ran from May 2008 to April 2009. Its main objectives were to improve quality of life by increasing access to education for children, helping households build a sustainable livelihood base, and raising community awareness and capacity to campaign for rights. This mid-term report is primarily based on Oxfam project reports, literature on IDPs and primary data collected from target areas between May and June 2008. The objectives were to assess the KUP's performance, impact and the appropriateness of methods and approaches used, to feed into the development of future strategies and ensure the relevance of Oxfam's response and the sustainability of its strategic intervention.

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Evaluation of Khartoum Urban Poor Programme, Sudan
Full ReportOxfam GB Programme EvaluationOctober 2008Commissioned by: Oxfam GBEvaluators: Dr. Hassan Ahmed Abdel Ati, Idris ElTahir El Nayal, Ms. Samah Hussein
 
List of Contents:
Subject pageList of contents
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List of Tables
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List of Figures
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Executive Summary
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1. Introduction
11.1 Methodology 11.2 Constraints 21.3 Khartoum Urban Poor Program (KUP): Background: 3
2. The Context 6
2.1 Khartoum IDPs: 62.1.1 Sudanese IDPs: global features and new challenges: 72.1.2 Employment and Incomes 82.1.3 Food, Health and Nutrition 92.1.4 Education in Khartoum State 92.15 IDPs Education 102.1.6 Expressed Needs 112.2 Poverty and Displacement in Khartoum 112.2.1 Attempts to Alleviate IDPs’ Poverty: 132.3 Displacement and Gender 152.4 IDP Return: the challenges 16
3. Khartoum Urban Poor Program (KUP)
183.1 The livelihood Support Project: 183.1.1 Programme Partner CBOs 193.1.2 Some CBO Examples 203.1.3 Activities: 233.1.4 Assessment 243.1.5 Community Views 243.1.6 Recommendations 253.1.7 The Loan Component 253.1 8 Project Budget 283.1.9 Concluding Remarks 283.2 The Education Component 303.2.1 Target Areas and Delivery 303.2.2 Support to Community Organizations 323.2.3 Capacity buildings 323.2.4 Supporting Church Schools 323.2.5 Impact on enrollment and retention 323.2.6 The Education Campaign 35
4. Challenges and Opportunities in the Near Future
384.1 Challenges 384.2 Opportunities 39
5. Conclusion and Recommendations
415.1 Conclusion 415.2 Recommendations 42
Documents Consulted
43
Annex I; Human Interest stories
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Annex II: TOR 
47
Annex III: Persons Interviewed
50
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List of Tables:
Table pageTable 1.1: Apparent Enrollment in Khartoum State by Sex 10Table 1.2: Marital Status of IDP Women (1987 and 2003) 16Table 3.1: Oxfam CBO Partners 19Table 3.2: Loans and Repayment Rates of SAHA members (1999-2003) 22Table 3.3: CBOs Capacity Building and Skill training 2001-2004 23Table 3.4: Oxfam Grants to CBOs by Area of Utilization (1999-2001) 25Table 3.5: Cumulative lending, No of borrowers, average loan size and repayment rate 26Table 3.6: Distribution of CBO Borrowers by Timely Repayment (%) 27Table 3.7: Livelihood Project Budget 2005-8 (£) 28Table 3.8: Oxfam Targeted Schools in Khartoum state 31Table 3.9: Enrollment, Dropout and Performance Rates in Selected Schools 32Table 3.10: Achievement of the best and lowest 3 students 33Table 3.11: Teacher’s pupils Ratio 34Table 3.12: Average No. of Pupils/class in Selected Schools 34
List of Figures:
Figure PageFig. 1: Khartoum State population 1907-2007 6Fig. 2: Programme Budget Allocation per Activity 18Fig. 3: CBOs by Fund Allocation (1999-2002) 19Fig. 4: Oxfam Support to partner er CDOs (2005 - 8) 19Fig. 5: CBO Member Repayment Rates (1999 - 2002) 27
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