Oxfam’s Rights in Crisis Campaign works to promote women’s rights, girls’ education and peace building in Afghanistan. Working in partnership with women’s rights groups, the campaign has sought to amplify their voices on these issues both internationally and within Afghanistan. The strategic focus has been 1) Women’s rights in transition, 2) Protection of Afghan civilians from harm from security forces and 3) Girls’ education (which has largely become subsumed within a broader focus on women’s rights). Aid effectiveness has also been an important area of work for the campaign. This report documents the findings of a qualitative impact evaluation, finalised in April 2013, which used process tracing to assess the effectiveness of the project’s efforts to promote women’s rights.
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