Building Resilience of Vulnerable Communities
Title: Final Evaluation of “Building Resilience of Vulnerable Communities and Institutions to Protect Livelihoods and Reduce Risk from Disasters and Climate Change in Coastal Areas of Bangladesh” (Resilience) Project
To assess the efficiency, effectiveness, relevance, sustainability and impact of the project interventions and capture the learning that will help to design future project, both in Bangladesh and more widely across Concern Worldwide.
To assess whether the desired results at the goal, outcome and output levels have been achieved (effectiveness) as stated in project document.
To assess the efficiency of resource utilization (human, financial and material) and project management system.
To assess the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of the interventions of the project, strategies and implementation process as well.
To capture best practices and document the lesson learnt that will be used to guide the implementation of new project programming and interventions, including approaches to enhance CCA mainstreaming into Concern Bangladesh strategies, programs.
To seek specific recommendations and suggestion towards new project design in coastal region.
Scope of Work:
To review the project documents for a comparative assessment of planned activities, outputs and outcomes in the context of current and emerging risk of disasters and climate change scenario.
To develop qualitative survey tools and techniques to assess the effectiveness of the community capacity building process to engage with both state and non-stake actors to address risk and vulnerability issues.
To review the feasibility and appropriateness of the community based adaptation options to enhance the community resilience capacity at the institutional level to reduce their vulnerability.
To emphasize on the issues of mainstreaming equality, participation, accountability and risk and vulnerability as the pre-requisite for the sustainability of the project outcomes.
To document the lessons learnt from key achievements, challenges and recommendation to address the core issues of climate change with both local and global engagement.
To share the findings with the project team and senior management before finalization of report.
To develop and finalize the study report.
Mixed Method Approach (Quantitative and Qualitative).
Dacope & Koyra upazila of Khulna district; Shyamnagar & Ashashuni upazila of Satkhira district; and Mongla & Morrelgonj upazila of Bagerhat district.
1. Concern Worldwide- www.concern.net