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|Title:||Outcome evaluation of the Project Increasing Women's Capacity to demand their Constitutional Rights' Implemented by Women's Coalition of Zimbabwe|
|Publisher:||Lupane State University|
|Abstract:||This outcome evaluation was focused on the Women”s Coalition of Zimbabwe lead project “Increasing women’s capacity to demand their constitutional rights”. The evaluation sought to assess whether the project achieved its set objectives and outcomes. The overall goal of the project was to build constitutional literacy among women in Zimbabwe and mobilise them to demand their constitutional rights accrross the country. The project was implemented from January to December 2014. Methodology The evaluation was concerned with results and outcomes, using the mixed method approach that is both qualitative and quantitative. The evaluation was conducted between March and May 2015. Data was collected using key informant interviews, semi-strictured questionnaire and document reviews. Data analysis was done with the aid of computer software such as Statistical Package for Social Scientists (SPSS) and Microsft Excell. Narrative and content analysis was used for qualitative data. Findngs. The constitutional literacy project made important contributions to raising awareness on women and girl’s rights Selected WCoZ member organization mainstream women’s right constitutional awareness into their programming Advocacy with targeted government institutions such as the Gender Parliamentary Portfolio Committee supported the implementation of constitutional provisions. The training of trainers, multi sectorial and cascading programming model encourages sustainability of outcomes.|
|Appears in Collections:||Department of Development Studies|
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