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Endline Evaluation of Sisters for Sisters (SfS) – I Project

FDM conducted the endline evaluation of the SfS project implemented by VSO Nepal with the aim of assessing the overall impact of the 3 year long project. The SfS project was designed and implemented to enable marginalized and extremely marginalized girls to complete a full cycle of education by addressing barriers to girls’ education at individual, social, cultural and institutional level. For the evaluation, FDM visited a total of four districts and used mixed-methods to collect information from respondents ranging from parents and girls to head teachers and government representatives.


Donor: VSO/ DFID

Study areas: Dhading, Parsa, Surkhet and Lamjung

Sample size: 1700

Tools: Household survey, Child Survey, EGRA/EGMA tests, FGD, KII and Case Studies

Duration: 2016 – 2017


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