She Can Project End Term Evaluation (DfID Aid Match)

Read about the She Can project and its effectiveness and impact.

Executive summary

An external evaluation of the impact and effectiveness of the She Can project in addressing violence against women in urban environments and supporting safe cities.

Funded by DFID Aid Match, the She Can project worked to increase safety, mobility, access to justice and gender responsive public services for over 60,000 women and girls living in poverty and exclusion who are vulnerable to violence in 20 urban areas in Bangladesh, Myanmar, Kenya and Zimbabwe.

This endline evaluation was the final phase of a two- year theory-based action-research and evaluation consultancy whose main purpose was “to test, validate and improve the project’s Theory of Change (TOC) in different contexts to inform future programming.” The other main products were a mid-term review (MTR), a review of monitoring tools and application of the ethical protocol, as well as a joint learning activity based on the MTR findings.Rea