Sexual Gender-based violance (SGBV)

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Evaluation Plan:
2018-2022, Kyrgyzstan
Evaluation Type:
Final Project
Planned End Date:
06/2018
Completion Date:
06/2018
Status:
Completed
Management Response:
Yes
Evaluation Budget(US $):
5,000

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Title Sexual Gender-based violance (SGBV)
Atlas Project Number: 00098879
Evaluation Plan: 2018-2022, Kyrgyzstan
Evaluation Type: Final Project
Status: Completed
Completion Date: 06/2018
Planned End Date: 06/2018
Management Response: Yes
Corporate Outcome and Output (UNDP Strategic Plan 2018-2021)
  • 1. Output 1.6.2 Measures in place and implemented across sectors to prevent and respond to Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV)
Evaluation Budget(US $): 5,000
Source of Funding: INL
Evaluation Expenditure(US $): 4,845
Joint Programme: No
Joint Evaluation: No
Evaluation Team members:
Name Title Email Nationality
GEF Evaluation: No
Key Stakeholders: Ministry of Justice of the Kyrgyz Republic; Parliament of the Kyrgyz Republic
Countries: KYRGYZSTAN
Lessons
1.

The selection of practical, innovative work tools and professional teams ensures the effective achievement of results.

In all components it was possible to observe the use of techniques and tools oriented on the one hand to the practical result, on the other - to the novelty, the uniqueness of the experience gained. Methods and tools aimed at developing the target groups of new skills and competences necessary for the successful implementation of their activities to assist victims of gender-based violence are particularly emphasized. In this series, an important place in the project was occupied by: 1) trainings and development of peer education materials for representatives of target agencies; 2) development of the use of elements of mentoring, training in action in the work with the teams of "pro bono" lawyers; 3) study of judicial practice with applied methodology, which can be successfully used in the future. Thus, we can say that there are certain prospects for replicating the results of the project. 

It also notes the use of a wide range of innovative methods and tools, including social theater, self-defense training for girls, development of anti-discrimination language skills, etc. as part of the project's support for various civil society initiatives. The media component of the work, in general, was based on the use of new media formats, which was useful both in terms of developing the skills of specialists in their use, both in terms of the availability of the materials created for the target audience. 

In general, despite the complex set of tasks faced by the project, teamwork, good interaction between state and public organizations and the professional community, ensured sufficiently high productivity without significant changes in the timing and budgets of the project.


2.

A clear definition of the fundamentals of the work contributes to the creation of viable models that meet the needs of the ultimate beneficiaries.    

Since a significant part of the project activity involved modeling and approbation, the overall task of all components was to identify the minimum needs of potential beneficiaries and create on their basis a list of the functions that the proposed victim protection models should have. It was important to take into account the context and understanding, which other key stakeholders are resolving similar problems.

In particular, according to the pro bono model, which was tested in the project, it can be said that the product largely met the needs of the recipients. The pro bono cases, which appeared after the project on the initiative of private lawyers, can also confirm the value of the idea. At the same time, the minimum requirements for the model were defined more intuitively, "on the go", than purposefully. Undoubtedly, in the context of Kyrgyzstan, this is a first step towards understanding how the model should work in cases of gender-based violence, the success of which was due, first of all, to the availability of implementing partners with a core set of knowledge, skills and experience.

However, it is necessary to take into account that the approbation of the model was carried out with the financial support of "pro bono" lawyers (reimbursement of logistics costs at the expense of the project), that is, some artificial conditions were created to motivate lawyers. In addition, the opportunities of the country's system of guaranteed state legal aid, essentially aimed at solving the problem of access to legal assistance for vulnerable groups of population. In addition, there should be considered the parallel existence of a "pro bono" center and free legal aid centers, also supported by UNDP initiatives. Thus, it is necessary to achieve certainty of the principles and criteria of the "pro bono" model, so that the final beneficiaries have access to a clear and simple instrument of protection.

 


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3.

The overall target orientation of the responsible partners of the project - developers, donors of executive organizations - based on agreed indicators should determine the principle of achievement of results.

The impressive results of the project were largely determined by the complex nature of the project, namely the inclusion of key actors in the overall protection of victims' rights, primarily in the law enforcement and judicial systems. The implementation of this approach could be observed at different levels. For example, the organization of joint training, analytical activities for specialists from different target agencies. At the same time, it is obvious that the complexity could not be limited to a simple amount, even very successful and effective activities for individual components of the project. In particular, the insufficient level of co-ordination of partners created difficulties in the formation of an effective information campaign within the framework of the project.

An integrated approach with multiple results presents a serious challenge for project management. The advisory structures created in the project (councils, working groups, etc.) partly met these challenges. However, in order to fully realize the possibilities of these mechanisms, it was necessary to have a fixed (formalized) common vision of the problem of gender-based violence and, accordingly, an understanding of the overall outcome of the proposed solutions with common indicators. The presence of a general picture of the changes achieved and the relevant evaluation tools is a condition for real coordination among partners, shared responsibility for the final result of the project and long-term institutional cooperation.


4.

Victims of gender-based violence - the ultimate beneficiaries of the project - are the central participant in the provision of assistance.

The overall ultimate goal of the project was to improve the access of victims of gender-based violence to a set of services, which is directly related to the respect for human rights to dignity, autonomy and self-determination for selecting the appropriate conditions for their assistance. Examples of court cases of gender-based violence show that success largely depends on the position of the recipients themselves, a clear understanding of the recipients of their role, as one of the beneficiaries noted: "I should not sit and wait for lawyers to do everything for me".

Thus, rendering assistance to the victims least of all should be similar to "rescue" from the "knowledgeable" expert. On the contrary, the access of victims of violence should represent an equal process between the recipient of assistance and specialists, focused on activating the resources of the victim himself, his / her abilities to cope independently with the tasks assigned, thereby developing his own powers. Accordingly, among the practical results of the project, it would be possible to expect visual guides and instructions for potential beneficiaries and their surroundings (families, communities) on how to obtain adequate assistance, including alternative ways of seeking justice, including on an independent basis for the victims themselves (individually or collectively).


Findings
1.

2. Assessment of Outcomes

2.1. Outcome 1. Strengthened capacity of law enforcement agencies, the justice sector, and civil society in the area of preventing and responding to GBV. 

Development of training materials. The key element in the process of increasing the potential of the target groups was the development of training materials - guidance, manuals, collections of regulatory legal acts and training films (for a detailed list, see below). The process of development of training materials was based on the principles of participation through the formation of mixed expert groups from among instructors-methodologists of departmental educational structures, practitioners and representatives of the civil sector. The joint training and design became, in the opinion of the development experts, a very valuable experience, as it is allowed to develop a common integrated vision of the GBV/ SV aspects and contributed to the experts' creative attitude to the tasks set and the achievement of outcomes going beyond the tasks set by the project. For example, the representatives of the expert group of the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs noted that the "work captured us" as professionals so much that they did not limit themselves to the development of EMC, as the collected material was sufficient to create a one-size-fits-all textbook, representing a deeper and more detailed learning resource rather than EMC.

The materials developed within the project, in the opinion of users – teachers of the Academy of MIA, prosecutors, representatives of the judiciary, lawyers, teachers of the Academy -, were of value, first of all, from the point of view of generalization of practical experience, analysis of real cases, in particular, the group of lawyers worked with according to the "pro bono" model. In addition, the reflection of the most relevant changes in the regulatory legal framework in the field of protection from GBV/ SV made it possible to use these materials in daily practice. In general, as evaluating experts stressed, developed training materials can be fully considered as innovative, including the topic, format, and content. Developed materials are currently available on official websites of the target agencies and partner organizations.

The implementation of the training materials developed within the project into the training process of relevant specialists was consolidated on the institutional level: approved by methodological suggestions and recommended for use in the teaching of special courses. Experts noted that this outcome was made possible as well thanks to the fact that at the stage of project development with the target departments, agreements on the practical implementation of relevant training courses and modules were reached. At the same time, despite the efforts of the project to ensure the interaction of partners and experts in the development of educational materials, questions remained about the single approach of the developers to the defining of problems, allowing to present agreed key messages on the nature and specifics of the GBV/ SV that affect the tasks of each department. The general framework of the applicable standards of justice and assistance could help to express more clearly the link between the developed training materials as products of the same project. The concepts and standards used in the UN system, in particular the UNODC, appear here as indispensable guidelines for the further improvement of teaching materials.

Study of law enforcement practice. A generalization of the judicial practice of handling cases of gender-based crimes against women and girls for the period 2012-2015 (articles 129, 130, 132, 133, 144, 153, 154, 155 of the Criminal Code of KR) was conducted by the KAWJ and it is based on the study of more than 1,000 judicial cases. According to experts' estimates, this generalization was an exceptional example of the study both in terms of estimating the scope of GBV / SV and the point of view of the analysis of law enforcement practice for each article of the Criminal Code of the Kyrgyz Republic mentioned above. Outcome of the case study revealed many problems, in particular that the courts do not clearly define the corpus delicti of gender-based crimes, there are cases of unreasonable re-qualification of crimes towards mitigating the punishment of the perpetrator of violence, and failure to comply with the terms of cases. Especially the outcomes of research stressed that "a significant number of cases are concluded with resolutions on the termination of cases, even on the cases, for which there is no legitimate possibility of their cessation". The research materials formed the basis for the educational and methodological manual for judges with a view to increasing their awareness of the qualifications of gender-based crimes committed against women and girls, as well as the problems of law enforcement practice in such crimes for their prevention in judicial practice.


Tag: Vulnerable Effectiveness Sustainability Gender Equality Gender-Based Violence Civic Engagement Human rights Justice system Rule of law Human and Financial resources Knowledge management Policies & Procedures Country Government Capacity Building Advocacy

2.

2.2. Outcome 2: Strengthened pro bono defence mechanism in real cases and its availability to the rightholders

Establishment of a foundation of motivated lawyers to work on cases of gender-based crimes. As a foundation of lawyers who have mastered the experience of the pro bono model to protect victims of genderbased violence, the list of 25 lawyers from ATC can be considered. According to the representatives of ATC, this foundation is represented by highly-qualified and motivated lawyers united in the community. As an evidence of this, the following can serve: 1) teamwork of lawyers in groups of 3-5 people formed as an outcome of joint consultations and mutual support, it was necessary in the view of the specifics of cases and lack of individual experience; 2) involving into group the already experienced and well-known lawyers of national scale; 3) the creation of mechanisms for immediate response in social networks (informal group Whatsapp); 4) a high percentage of positive court decisions. In addition, lawyers were connected, mainly through personal contacts, specialists and volunteers from other sectors. 

The formation of a network of lawyers was supported by special trainings. More than 100 lawyers attended the trainings at the national and local levels to increase gender sensitivity and understand the specificity of the GBV/ SV. Most of the lawyers trained in the project for the first time had an opportunity to get familiar with the theory and practice of providing legal assistance under the "pro bono" model. At the same time, trained lawyers were more likely to be considered as "stock of personnel", since the main emphasis of the project on this component was on the escort of actual cases, which began to arrive from the very first steps of the project, that is, before the organization of training. Thus, in the context of the need for immediate response to appeals for advocacy, the groups were formed from a number of interested lawyers who were ready to take cases at that time. 

During the implementation of the project, all received appeals to ATC for legal aid were accepted. Cases were mainly taken at the request of non-governmental (crisis centers, women and children organizations), as well as state organizations (for example, the Executive Office of the Ombudsman). There were also individual appeals of civil activists. The total number of cases for November 2017 (according to the final report of the ATC) was 13. 80% of "pro bono" lawyer cases were related to violent crimes that violate the sexual inviolability, sexual freedom of the person committed against women and minors (rape, violent acts of sexual character). More than 70% of the cases resulted in the favor of the applicants. Until now, despite the existence of the Pro Bono Center, such cases have not received such attention from lawyers. From this point of view, the present experience was presented as a special measure of support for the victims of GBV/ SV at the level of mechanisms of lawyer assistance.


Tag: Effectiveness Sustainability Gender-Based Violence Human rights Justice system Rule of law Human and Financial resources Service delivery Capacity Building

3.

2.3. Outcome 3: Strengthened mechanisms for dialogue, and joint problem-solving through advocacy

The Information Strategy of the MIA for the addressing Gender-Based Violence

The interim assessment report noted that most of the activities for this component began at the final stage of the project. The main target structures within this component were the press service of the MIA, the specialized publication of the MIA, the Betme Bet newspaper and the Kyrgyzskaia militsiia magazine. One of the main events of the project within this component was training for representatives of the above-mentioned target structures for the development of an information strategy. During the preparation of tripod materials, an analysis of the representations of men and women in the information materials of departmental publications of the MIA was carried out. The training was thus built on the discussion of local materials and focused on developing practical skills in the use of new media technologies, which was highly appreciated by the participants. 

One of the main practical outcomes with departmental publications is the competition of media materials among MIA employees. On the strategic level, the main outcome is a project of communication conception of MIA, directed to the improvement of the Ministry’s policy on addressing gender-based violence. This process was reinforced by the appointment of a responsible person for the further development of the project and the official adoption of the concept at the level of the MIA. For this component, it can also be added that all the implementing partners according to TOR produced and published materials in the media. In general, the information campaign was implemented through the production and distribution of television materials, discussions in social networks, radio and video interviews, publications, etc., advocating the rights of victims and informing where and how to get support at the level of the police, prosecutors, lawyers, judges, etc.


Tag: Effectiveness Gender-Based Violence Civic Engagement Human rights Justice system Rule of law Communication Knowledge management Capacity Building Advocacy

4.

2.4. Outcome 4: Evaluation of the impact of the project: the perspective of the beneficiaries and target groups of the project

Expert evaluation The results of the expert assessment of the impact of the project using the tool "standards for rendering assistance to victims of GBV/ SV" show that the experts, both internal and external, attributed the greatest sustainable impact of the project results to the three main levels of standards: 1) awareness: raising the awareness of professionals and accessibility of information on the protection of victims; 2) opportunity for the victims to obtain the necessary information and make informed decisions; 3) the existence of instructions and guidelines: the development and dissemination, especially of training materials (see Table 1-2). This assessment generally reflects the main directions of the project and can be seen as evidence of a target impact of high level. Table 1. Expert evaluation of the project’s effect.

Assessments of the sustainability of positive changes can be supported by examples of practice of advocating pro bono cases outside the project. Also, the organization of lectures using the materials of the project, in particular by judges on expanding access to justice for vulnerable groups, may indicate to the students at the Academy of the MIA that the level of awareness of specialists will increase in the future.Table 2. Evaluation of the project’s sustainability

At the same time, it is necessary to take into account the comments of experts, for example, regarding training seminars, that the skills obtained are difficult to use, as well as due to the lack of appropriate conditions, equipment, etc. for local specialists. In this regard, attention is drawn to the results of the post-training test among participants of cascade trainings on the example of the Sverdlovsk region of Bishkek. During field visits to the police stations, an attempt was made to measure the difference between the level of knowledge of those who passed the training and those who did not receive training. The results of the measurements presented in the Table 3 showed that the level of knowledge of those who received training was higher but not significantly. Table 3. Results of the post-training testing among DPO.

Estimating the results obtained, it is necessary to take into account that the training was aimed at young / new PSS employees who had a relatively short work experience and who had not previously studied gender issues. Thus, in the group of participants in the post-testing period, the average work experience was four years, compared to the average 10-year experience of those who did not attend training. Against this backdrop, it can be assumed that the training provided by the project was important for leveling the level of knowledge of experienced and less experienced DPOs. It is difficult to make more informed conclusions, since the sample of respondents of post-testing was not representative. At the same time, the results of the group discussion with DPOs allow us to say that, despite the high relevance and usefulness of the training noted by many participants, the consolidation and application of this knowledge on the ground is extremely difficult due to the absence of many necessary conditions related to regulatory legal, organizational and other issues.

The practical application of policies and instruments, in general, was viewed by experts as a challenge, including due to weaknesses in the systemic approach to governance in the area of addressing gender-based violence at the state level. It is not accidental that according to the safety standards for the victims and assessing the quality of the assistance provided, where the effects of the applied policies should directly manifest themselves, experts noted less confident improvements in the situation. It is important to clarify that there were no direct tasks to provide places of reception, waiting, tools for assessing the satisfaction of beneficiaries in the project. However, considering that the achievement of the strategic objectives of the UNDAF / SAP is measured by the indicator of accessibility of the complex of services for the victims of gender-based violence, these issues for the project appear to be crucial. The received evaluations of experts allow us to conclude that the goals and objectives of the projects in the application to the immediate needs of the victims received less attention in the project. The tendency was to work more with the powers of experts and their interests. Whereas the question is given to whom help is provided, and what is its role and voice in the evaluation of the result turned out to be less developed (at the level of goals, indicators and evaluation of results).


Tag: Vulnerable Effectiveness Impact Sustainability Gender-Based Violence Justice system Rule of law Human and Financial resources Knowledge management Service delivery Capacity Building Advocacy

Recommendations
1

Relevance. When developing a project, it is important to pay special attention to the availability of adequate indicators and their standardized interpretation at all levels of management and project implementation. These indicators should reflect not only the interests of the target agencies and specialists, but also directly interests of the final beneficiaries of the project (citizens vulnerable and affected by gender-based violence). At the same time, as participants of the final conference of the project noted, the indicators should be cross-cutting / cross-sectional, combining the efforts of different parties.

2

Productivity. Based on basic studies, establish the minimum requirements / requests for direct beneficiaries / target groups of the project and determine the requirements for the functionality and quality of the expected products that are adequate to these requests. Thus, minimal viability is guaranteed, including the costs of future translation and replication of relevant project results. The established requirements for functionality and quality of products help managers and implementing partners adhere to the necessary techniques and standards (that is, to provide and verify, and validate the product). In this case, it can be expected that the results of the project represent the completion and implementation of one stage and output directly to the next stage of the work, with improved approaches and tools.      

3

Effectiveness. Since the ultimate goal of implementing such projects is to improve the access of victims of gender-based violence to the complex of services, particularly the assistance standards, positive changes in the quality of life of the victims and their families can be considered as the basis for the development of project performance / effectiveness indicators. At the same time, it is necessary to take into account that the question of standards of assistance to victims is still open and controversial in Kyrgyzstan. In this regard, even at the project development stage, it is important to identify and coordinate with the partners a working (for the needs of the project) model of rendering assistance to victims with integrated assessment indicators. On this basis, optimal solutions to the problem, costs and scope of the project's impact at both the individual and institutional levels can be discussed. This also contributes to better coordination of actions, effective monitoring and consistent correction of the course, if necessary. 

4

Impact and sustainability. The complex nature of projects for the addressing gender-based violence with multiple outcomes requires the drawing up of a social impact map centered on the final beneficiaries. It is important to have a clear idea at what level changes are expected - niche (concrete service), institutional (laws and structures), etc. It is necessary to conduct a qualitative analysis of the context, which also makes it possible to assess the risks and assumptions about the results. In this view, referring to the proposals of the participants in the final conference of this project, we can say that for several years the number of issues on which the sustainability of initiatives in the field of addressing gender-based violence depends does not lose its relevance.

 In particular:

1. selection of the state authorized body in the field of protection from and addressing gender-based violence;

2. establishment of uniform standards for the provision of services to victims of genderbased violence, including issues of qualitative change in the life situation of victims;

3. strengthening of mechanisms for the protection of victims, including alternative ones, taking into account the interests of those who choose the way of independent appeal to the agencies of justice;

4. development of a system of continuous training for specialists in the addressing genderbased violence;

5. systemic preventive work, including the expansion of accessible channels for informing about different methods and ways of receiving the necessary assistance by the victims;

6. strengthening the interaction between different actors in the addressing gender-based violence, especially at the local level, which also depends on the definition of the role of the coordinator (structure / specialist) responsible for the interdepartmental network of rendering assistance;

7. development of a monitoring and evaluation system, including improvements in tools of statistical analysis of cases. 

1. Recommendation:

Relevance. When developing a project, it is important to pay special attention to the availability of adequate indicators and their standardized interpretation at all levels of management and project implementation. These indicators should reflect not only the interests of the target agencies and specialists, but also directly interests of the final beneficiaries of the project (citizens vulnerable and affected by gender-based violence). At the same time, as participants of the final conference of the project noted, the indicators should be cross-cutting / cross-sectional, combining the efforts of different parties.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/11/19] [Last Updated: 2020/12/05]

The Recommendation is accepted and taken into the account with follow up actions

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
Availability of adequate indicators and their standardized interpretation at all levels of management and project implementation. Indicators to reflect not only the interests of the target agencies and specialists, but also directly interests of the final beneficiaries of the project. Indicators to be cross-cutting / cross-sectional, combining the efforts of different parties.
[Added: 2018/11/19]
UNDP Gender Programme 2018/08 Completed The recommendations will be taken into account for future project design History
2. Recommendation:

Productivity. Based on basic studies, establish the minimum requirements / requests for direct beneficiaries / target groups of the project and determine the requirements for the functionality and quality of the expected products that are adequate to these requests. Thus, minimal viability is guaranteed, including the costs of future translation and replication of relevant project results. The established requirements for functionality and quality of products help managers and implementing partners adhere to the necessary techniques and standards (that is, to provide and verify, and validate the product). In this case, it can be expected that the results of the project represent the completion and implementation of one stage and output directly to the next stage of the work, with improved approaches and tools.      

Management Response: [Added: 2018/11/19] [Last Updated: 2020/12/05]

The recomendation is accepted and will be taken into the account for future project design.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
Establish the minimum requirements/requests for direct beneficiaries/target groups of the project and determine the requirements for the functionality and quality of the expected products that are adequate to these requests
[Added: 2018/11/19]
UNDP Gender Programme 2018/08 Completed The recommendations will be taken into account for future project design
3. Recommendation:

Effectiveness. Since the ultimate goal of implementing such projects is to improve the access of victims of gender-based violence to the complex of services, particularly the assistance standards, positive changes in the quality of life of the victims and their families can be considered as the basis for the development of project performance / effectiveness indicators. At the same time, it is necessary to take into account that the question of standards of assistance to victims is still open and controversial in Kyrgyzstan. In this regard, even at the project development stage, it is important to identify and coordinate with the partners a working (for the needs of the project) model of rendering assistance to victims with integrated assessment indicators. On this basis, optimal solutions to the problem, costs and scope of the project's impact at both the individual and institutional levels can be discussed. This also contributes to better coordination of actions, effective monitoring and consistent correction of the course, if necessary. 

Management Response: [Added: 2018/11/19] [Last Updated: 2020/12/05]

The recommendation is accepted and will be taken into account for future project design.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
The assistance standards, positive changes in the quality of life of the victims and their families to be considered as the basis for the development of project performance / effectiveness indicators. At the project development stage, to identify and coordinate with the partners a working model of rendering assistance to victims with integrated assessment indicators.
[Added: 2018/11/19]
UNDP Gender Programme 2018/08 Completed The recommendations will be taken into account for future project design.
4. Recommendation:

Impact and sustainability. The complex nature of projects for the addressing gender-based violence with multiple outcomes requires the drawing up of a social impact map centered on the final beneficiaries. It is important to have a clear idea at what level changes are expected - niche (concrete service), institutional (laws and structures), etc. It is necessary to conduct a qualitative analysis of the context, which also makes it possible to assess the risks and assumptions about the results. In this view, referring to the proposals of the participants in the final conference of this project, we can say that for several years the number of issues on which the sustainability of initiatives in the field of addressing gender-based violence depends does not lose its relevance.

 In particular:

1. selection of the state authorized body in the field of protection from and addressing gender-based violence;

2. establishment of uniform standards for the provision of services to victims of genderbased violence, including issues of qualitative change in the life situation of victims;

3. strengthening of mechanisms for the protection of victims, including alternative ones, taking into account the interests of those who choose the way of independent appeal to the agencies of justice;

4. development of a system of continuous training for specialists in the addressing genderbased violence;

5. systemic preventive work, including the expansion of accessible channels for informing about different methods and ways of receiving the necessary assistance by the victims;

6. strengthening the interaction between different actors in the addressing gender-based violence, especially at the local level, which also depends on the definition of the role of the coordinator (structure / specialist) responsible for the interdepartmental network of rendering assistance;

7. development of a monitoring and evaluation system, including improvements in tools of statistical analysis of cases. 

Management Response: [Added: 2018/11/19] [Last Updated: 2020/12/05]

The recommendation is accepted and will be taken into account for future project design.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
To conduct a qualitative analysis of the context, to assess the risks and assumptions about the results
[Added: 2018/11/19]
UNDP Gender Programme 2018/08 Completed The recommendations will be taken into account for future project design.

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