Okiko in Pursuit of a Snail: Child-led evaluation of the PPA programme in Kenya

The final report in a series of three evaluations entirely led by children beneficiaries of this multi-sectoral programme focused on the challenges girls face in adolescence. The report describes the process by which children beneficiaries of the programme selected evaluation questions, collected and analysed data in order to deliver an assessment of the programme’s results, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability, relevance and equity. This final experience made use of a slightly modified methodology to incorporate learning from the previous studies and differences in the programme. These changes include the assessment of the programme’s role in influencing rules and regulations through advocacy. Presenting tools, processes and methodologies to enable children to evaluate (and monitor) programmes, this report showcases children’s ability to conduct a credible evaluation in a limited period of time and with limited resources. Increasing layers of analysis and broadening the scope of the assessment at every experience in the series, this final report conclusively demonstrates that meaningfully engaging children monitoring and evaluation in it is not only possible and desirable, but can be a practical and even easy way to enrich our understanding of change and enhance programme quality. 

Published 2016-03-08

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Publisher
Publication year
2015
Author(s)
Hughston, Laura
Format
pdf, 112p.
Region
East Africa
Country
Kenya
Content Type
ReportsEvaluations

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Publication year
2015
Author(s)
Hughston, Laura
Format
pdf, 112p.
Region
East Africa
Country
Kenya
Content Type
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