Governance in Malawi: Impact Evaluation of the ‘Kutukula Umwini pa Chitukuko Cha m’maboma Ang’ono Project: Enhancing Communities’ Capacity in Tracking Development Resources at Local Council Level’
SubjectGovernance and citizenship
Campaigning and advocacy
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Document typeEvaluation report
The Kutukula Umwini pa Chitukuko Cha m’maboma Ang’ono project was carried out in the Phalombe, Dowa and Karonga districts in Malawi between April 2016 and June 2017 by Oxfam together with two local partner organizations, Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) and the Development Communications Trust (DCT). It aimed to enhance community capacity in tracking development resources at local council level through mobilizing and capacity strengthening activities, mentoring and accompanying public expenditure tracking (PET) coordinating groups, and working with media and other actors to conduct advocacy work towards gender-sensitive, transparent and accountable utilization of funds.
This effectiveness review focused on assessing the significance of Oxfam’s contribution in the three districts with regards to two outcomes: 1) the district councils were accountable, responsive, inclusive and effective in managing the Local Development Fund, District Development Fund, and Constituency Development Fund, and their results; and 2) women were meaningfully empowered to participate in decision-making structures and processes. Find out more by reading the full report now.