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Oxfam’s Women in Leadership (WIL) Project (2003-2006) aimed to improve the status and role of women in the development of Sierra Leone. It sought to do this by building women’s leadership capacity in politics and civil society. It has sought to do this by building women’s leadership capacity in politics and civil society with a two-fold remit: to provide support for female candidates in the 2004 local council elections; and to build the capacity of women’s civil society organisations. This mid-term review aims to: review progress against objectives and aw out lesson learnt to inform future planned activity; provide recommendations for possible areas of support by DFID to upcoming elections; and function as Oxfam’s end of project evaluation for the institutional strengthening component of the project.

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