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Midline Evaluation of ENGAGE Project

FDM was contracted to carry forward the research achievements made during baseline, by continuing its engagement in the midline evaluation of ENGAGE project funded by Girls’ Education Challenge, the flagship programme of DFID from 2018-2022 and implemented by Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO). The project worked in seven municipalities of Banke, Parsa and Sarlahi in consortium with Humanity and Inclusion. The central aim of the project was to empower Out of School (OOS) marginalized girls and OOS girls with disabilities through education to make informed life choices, contribute to family decisions, and confidently pursue their own economic opportunities. Foundation for Development Management (FDM) conducted pre-baseline and baseline studies for this project, engaging in different stages of programme design, design and implementation of the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) framework and informing the project with evidence generated through field-based research and in-depth analyses. FDM adopted a longitudinal mixed-method (sequential) approach in this evaluation study.

Donor: DFID – GEC/ VSO

Project District: Banke, Parsa and Sarlahi

Sample size: 530 girls, 530 household

Survey tools: EGRA/ EGMA, KAP survey, household survey FGD, KII, and Case Stories

Duration: Feb 2021 – Dec 2021

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