Final Evaluation of Food Security and Livelihoods Programme in Kitgum district, Uganda
Oxfam GB’s Food Security and Livelihoods programme in Kitgum, northern Uganda, was implemented from May 2005 to July 2007. Northern Uganda has many people affected by conflict, floods, droughts, displacement and HIV and AIDS. Vulnerable communities were helped to meet their essential and livelihood needs through community managed projects, livestock restocking, animal health, cash for work and seed multiplication and tool distribution initiatives. The final self-evaluation by the livelihoods team (facilitated by an external evaluator) aims to: assess the timeliness, appropriateness, relevance, impact, sustainability and equity of the interventions; and act as a learning experience for the Oxfam GB team, in terms of programme work and also with regard to carrying out self-evaluations in the future.
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